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Michael Babker has provided a Post-Manual Update Script at https://gist.github.com/mbabker/d7bfb4e1e2fbc6b7815a733607f89281 which runs the steps normally performed after the filesystem updates. This script is designed to be run after you have manually extracted the update package over your site. As always, you should run a backup of your website before ...


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One of the last steps in the update process is to apply any schema changes, after files are copied in. If the one-click update fails, then the schema changes might not have been applied. This will result in warnings that your database is not up to date with the code. Navigate to Extensions > Manage > Database. If this is the problem, then you should see a ...


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System Plugins Official Documentation: https://docs.joomla.org/Plugin/Events/System A system plugin is not only useful for a wide variety of site tasks, but is also a good intro to the lifecycle. Take note of the naming coventions plg group name written camel case for the class and snake case for the the internal plugin name. All active system plugins are ...


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This is from a article I wrote for my website about how to get past the white screen of death and it should have enough details for you to get something meaningful displayed about your underlying problem. ... If your Joomla website is now a whitepage in the browser with no obvious reason as to why then read on to learn a couple of simple things you can do ...


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First check that you meet the minimum requirements, especially as far as the PHP version is concerned. Make sure you have at least PHP 5.3.10 (recommended: PHP 7.2.17). Oftentimes the reason you don't see an update is that your server simply does not meet the minimum requirements. If you are sure your server supports Joomla! 3.9.6, the actually latest ...


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