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TinyMCE – not showing up


  • Alex Luft
    Member

    @alexluft16

    Having some problem with the TinyMCE plugin.

    I uploaded to my-plugins, activated, but it doesn’t show up. It’s the only plugin activated. The header is set up properly as per another (old) thread here. Here’s the URL http://leaf-age.com/forum/

    Funny thing is, I have the exact same theme running on another bbPress forum, and TinyMCE works just fine!!!! Here’s the URL to that one – http://techsnack.tv/forum/

    Please help!

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  • chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    On Leaf Age, the javascript is not found. Check this from the source of the page:

    http://leaf-age.com/forum/my-plugins/tinymce/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js

    So, where is it on your server?


    Alex Luft
    Member

    @alexluft16

    Thanks for your answer chris!

    But that’s very strange. I have it activated in my-plugins.

    And for some reason, that link goes to the blog (hosted in root) as opposed to a bbpress not found page.

    Really don’t know what to do at this point :(


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    Does that file exist in that location? If not, just put it there. Or fix the link to it. It seems pretty simple to fix. It’s just the path to the file. If you can’t change the path (in the header) then put the file where the header expects to see it. Is it there?


    Alex Luft
    Member

    @alexluft16

    Yeapp, the file is there, but I can’t open it for some reason. I even double, triple, and quadruple-checked it, but it takes me back to the WP blog when I try to navigate it.

    It is properly called in the header as well.

    My testbed install, at techsnack.tv/forum/ displays it perfectly here

    http://techsnack.tv/forum/my-plugins/tinymce/tiny_mce/tiny_mce.js

    The only difference b/w the two installs is that WP is installed in root at leaf-age while WP for techsnack is installed in /site/

    Does that make a difference?


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    The file cannot be loaded by a browser. You’re sure the name and folder names are all correct? The only other thing would be permissions, but that would normally give another sort of error, not a 404. Calling that file from a browser now, as it’s written in the header, results in a 404. Can you screenshot the directory listing or FTP listing of that folder, with permissions? Something is not right with it. Possibly an underscore instead of a hyphen or something?


    Alex Luft
    Member

    @alexluft16

    Sure thing – here’s a screenshot – leaf-age.com/TMCSS.png


    chrishajer
    Participant

    @chrishajer

    Very strange. Can’t see the permissions there, but if I am understanding that listing, you are in the correct location.

    So, why can’t you load that file in a browser? Can’t load this one either, which you should be able to: http://www.leaf-age.com/forum/my-plugins/tinymce/tiny_mce/license.txt

    I also noticed a redirection from non-www to www, when it goes to the 404. Not sure that’s related, since the other forum pages seem to work without www. Anything interesting going on in your .htaccess with rewrite rules? I’m not sure when the redirection is happening, before or after the 404. I doubt it’s related but it’s something.

    Can you put a file one level up, in the tiny_mce folder, call it test.txt or something, then see if you can load it in a browser by URL. If not, go up one more directory, to tinymce, and try accessing the file there (put the file there first) and if that does not work, copy it to my-plugins, and then try to load it at that URL.

    Im also Having some problem with the TinyMCE plugin.

    I uploaded to my-plugins, activated, but it doesn’t show up. It’s the only plugin activated.

    Here’s the URL http://rubiks.ir/forum

    tinymce not show…

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