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Create Topic Button not showing in Jforum?

 
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I have install Jforum and integrate with my web application but Start New Topic button not coming with any forum ..

Do not know what wrong with setting any on help me on this.

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Does the user account you're using have the rights to post into this forum?
 
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This issue coming even with admin user as well Create New Topic button not display even for admin as well.
 
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Is the button's image file where it's supposed to be? Is the file not broken? Are all permissions to download it set correctly? Can you see the file getting accessed in the access.log, and producing either a 200 or 304 response from the server? If you didn't change anything, it should be the file templates/default/images/en_US/post.gif.

What's with the strange bottom of the screen shot? Those icon explanations look broken.
 
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Yes file is exact location it is showing when page loading but within second it is disappearing
 
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Well, something is definitely wrong with your installation. The attached screenshot shows how the icons should look like; I suspect there's a connection with the problem you're describing.
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What do the permissions for the admin user look like in the "Admin Control Panel" for this specific forum?
 
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The images which are not able to load it is searching on this location


While which images loaded correctly come from


When going to any particular forum then images are not able to load .
 
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One thing to note and I believe relevant to this discussion is that the user has "embedded" JForum web app within his web application https://coderanch.com/t/636659/jforum/Jforum-Integration-Web-application. So this isn't a typical JForum installation and it depends on how (cleanly/correctly) the user integrated JForum within his web app.
 
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Yes it is embedded Jforum in my web application i did what all suggest by some expert no any modification
 
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I have added images folder inside my webapps directory and it show button now but Smiley not loaded .
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There's a database table where the paths to those smilies are set. You will have to update those paths accordingly.
 
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Database showing
img src="#CONTEXT#/images/smilies/3b63d1616c5dfcf29f8a7a031aaa7cad.gif" alt="smilie"

and i also put images

myproject/webapp/images/smilies



But still it is showing ??? in places of smilies
 
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It should be easy to figure out what's wrong. Right click on the images which aren't being displayed and view the source of the image (different browsers have different options, firefox says "View image info"). Make sure the source of the image is correct expected location and the image exists at that location.
 
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But in Smilies its not possible thats why i was not able to figure out the issue its loading by some Java script.
 
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subodh joshi wrote:But in Smilies its not possible thats why i was not able to figure out the issue its loading by some Java script.



It doesn't matter. Right click on the "Similie" alt text that you are seeing and then select the option to see the (non-existent) image details. If that's not possible, then just add a temporary alert statement which prints out the image location, in the javascript code where the image is being setup.
 
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I have download forum and install it today, and I meet same issue.This issue is language bug. If you set language to en_US when you install forum, all images could be right. The image link can't find object if you choose other language.
Solution is copy [jforum-path]/templates/default/images/en_US and rename to your language code(e.g zh_CN,pt_BR...).

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