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Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x
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TOPIC: Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x

Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x 09 Aug 2016 18:05 #9256

Hi folks,

I've tried to update Joomla with Jf EventUp installed, from Jommla 3.5.1 to 3.6.0 and also 3.6.2 but the site has become a complete blank white page on the frontend. The backend still works fine and shows the update went fine.

I tried 2 times the update to make sure, but the same thing happened twice. I also uninstalled and/or disabled several plugins but still no change.

Do you know if the template supports Joomla 3.6 or what could be the issue ?

Thanks!

Regards Andrea.

Re: Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x 10 Aug 2016 09:37 #9261

Hi gents, I may have found what the issue is. It probably is the Events Booking component that needs to be updated. S o the template itself should be OK. I will post a follow-up later once confirmed.
Thx.
AG

Re: Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x 11 Aug 2016 02:51 #9267

Ok. I updated Joomla with Jf EventUp installed and it's working fine.

joomfreak

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Re: Issues with updating Joomla to 3.6.x 11 Aug 2016 10:55 #9270

Hi Support Team, yes I do confirm the issue was related to the Events Booking package, that needed to be updated to the latest 2.8.1 version to be compatible with Joomla 3.6 otherwise it produces a completely blank page on the frontend.

Your template once more, rocks! Thanks again folks.

Regards AG
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