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500 Internal Server Error on 2.0 Topic Tag page


  • honustudios
    Member

    @honustudios

    I’m running the latest dev version of the plugin, version 3476, in hopes that it would have solved my issue, but no luck.

    I was getting the error mentioned in this thread http://bbpress.org/forums/topic/tags-archives-page-are-broken-in-bbp-20-rc2-and-rc3#post-90903

    I downloaded the branch code after reading the above issue and it’s resolution. Then, I started getting the WordPress “Hands off, partner!” error which is a 500 Internal Server error in Firebug.

    Any ideas about what could be causing the page to not display correctly?

    Thanks so much for your help and the great plugin.

    Bret

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  • John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Possibly a tag slug mismatch in Forum -> Settings.

    Are you using the forum root slug?


    honustudios
    Member

    @honustudios

    For the Forum base I’m using “inside/forums” as it’s designed for logged in users only. Everything else is pretty much default.

    The Topics base I left as “topics”. The Topic Tag Slug is “tag”.

    The only thing changed besides the Forum base is the Topic slug. I changed that to “forum-topic” because I’m using “topic” for the Tags base in my Permalinks throughout the site.

    The URL for the tag that is causing the 500 error is “/inside/forums/tag/announcement/”. “Announcement” obviously being the tag.

    I’ve reserved the Permalinks several times, still get the 500 error.

    Thanks so much for your help and all your hard work on this plugin, it’s a great one.

    Bret


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Is it specific tags that have the problem? Or all tags?


    honustudios
    Member

    @honustudios

    It’s all tags, sorry for the delay in getting back to you.


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    No worries. Have you updated to RC 4 yet? Does this issue still happen then?

    It sounds like either there is a slug collision, or you’re using a custom theme that is missing the template file it’s trying to include.


    honustudios
    Member

    @honustudios

    Let me update to RC 4, and double check the other stuff and i’ll report back, thank you for your help John.


    honustudios
    Member

    @honustudios

    Doh! it was a missing template file, i’m a dope. That fixed it right up. Thanks again, sorry to have wasted your time, thought i had the template copied up to the server.


    John James Jacoby
    Keymaster

    @johnjamesjacoby

    Happy it was a simple fix!

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