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Bright replied the topic: Frontend buttons dosn't work correct
Hi vinny, thanks for your reply.
I deactivated the Joomla build-in sef urls, and now the buttons redirecting correctly. Thanks for this.
Now I found another bug. When I write in a log of a project, I got a failure message calling "Invalid adress: *sitename* PLLOG111". And by uploading a document, I got redirected to an error page calling "Invalid adress: *sitename*"
I've installed the template framework Helix3, but got the same errors with the standard template Protostar.
My Joomla is version 3.5.1 and projectlog is version 3.3.2
In Joomla 3.5.1, the 'addReplyTo' method no longer accepts an array, so changing these three instances of that call should fix the problem and email notifications should work correctly again. Please let us know how it goes. Thanks!
vinny replied the topic: Frontend buttons dosn't work correct
Hi - have you set up your mail configuration and tested via the Joomla global configuration? The 'could not instantiate mail function' message is normally due to incorrect mail settings or no mail server present. Please check your global Joomla config mail settings and send a test email (it gives you that option in the mail settings area). If the mail test is successful, just let us know and we can dig deeper. Thanks.