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Joomla Caching Module errors

Posted 30 July 2012 - 06:47 AM

Hey guys,

I have now developed 2 Joomla! components and 1 Joomla! module to implement a custom shopping cart problem. The problem is that even on my development server, where caching is totally disabled, I cannot seem to update the view. I have uninstalled the module through the designated tools and reuploaded the new package, and I have removed it the hard way - manually removing every file associated with the module including deleting the reference in the database and then manually uploading the new files. I even verified the new files were up-to-date. So, then I cleared the cache and purged the installation and reinstalled Joomla! and have the same problem. I even switched browses to ensure my browser cache is unused.

Does anybody have any clue how to update it?!

Thanks.

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Re: Joomla Caching Module errors

Posted 30 July 2012 - 08:20 AM

Good Grief. I solved my problem...

In the main module file, I had the following code:
// Include template for display
require(JModuleHelper::getLayoutPath('mod_inventory'));



However, my module name is mod_cart_count. Doing this fixed the problem:
// Include template for display
require(JModuleHelper::getLayoutPath('mod_cart_count'));



I feel like a moron for trying to work on this for 3 days.
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Re: Joomla Caching Module errors

Posted 02 August 2012 - 07:00 AM

Happens to all of us at some point. I spent two days trying to adjust a link color - frustrated as hell that no matter what I changed, the color didn't budge - finally realized I was changing the color in the CSS file on the dev server instead of the live server. :withstupid:
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Re: Joomla Caching Module errors

Posted 02 August 2012 - 11:14 AM

Oh lord, I now have a rogue "Paypal" <ul><li></li></ul> tag showing up in varying places on every page...I'm not even using paypal in those components....Good grief.
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