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I see that Sharky has presented the best/correct solution, but I'd like to take a moment to build a bit of understanding around this occurrence. For the record, date is a MYSQL Keyword, but not a Reserved Keyword, so no quoteName() calls are necessary. First, what is the query that your script is generating... SELECT date FROM lmnop_db_reports WHERE 'date ...


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The expression should not be quoted. ->where('date < NOW() - INTERVAL 30 DAY')


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It's because of this: Since some categories only have one article, some menu ("Que décrire ?", "Que prélever ?",...) are "single article" menu. You don't have a menu item created for these categories.


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Yes, disable all unused components In the Joomla back-end via Extensions > Manage > Manage click [Search Tools] button and select: Unprotected + Administrator + Component Select all unused components (probably banners, contacts, newsfeeds) and click "disable". Do not uninstall, just disable them.


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Most form views in core components have custom Joomla.submitbutton() functions. Standard function does indeed support only adminForm as form ID. Instead you can use Joomla.submitform() and pass your form: <button class="btn btn-primary" type="button" onclick="Joomla.submitform('controller.send', this.form)" >Send</button>


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Assuming you're using the Form API, add buttons="true" attribute to your editor field. Example from article form: <field name="articletext" type="editor" label="COM_CONTENT_FIELD_ARTICLETEXT_LABEL" description="COM_CONTENT_FIELD_ARTICLETEXT_DESC" filter="JComponentHelper::filterText" buttons="true" />


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I did manage to solve it in the end, although I still have no idea why the inline code - which was added by Firefox, not me - was added. I compared the html/css class code for the menu with another menu that wasn't doing the same thing. This code was faulty: <nav id="topmenu"> <?php if ($this->countModules('mainmenu')) : ?> <...


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You have to create a router for your component for JRoute::_() to do anything. See Supporting SEF URLs in your component documentation. I suggest looking specifically at Simple View-based Example which uses a new way of working with routing.


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