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...requesting channel data... issue, need help

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4 years 4 months ago - 4 years 4 months ago #6547 by Ayaz Ali
Ayaz Ali created the topic: ...requesting channel data... issue, need help
Hello

Extension Name: AutoTweet NG Free
Extension Version: 6.5.1
Joomla Version: 2.5.11
ok means check right

System Information
PHP +5.3 : ok
MySQL +5.5 : ok
Curl : ok
SSL : ok
Timestamp : ok
JSON : ok
HMAC : ok
No PECL oauth : ok



yesterday i installed auto tweet free version and full setup with my own Facebook App and when i am trying to add new channel but here i am getting error on ...requesting channel data... so the error is my website back-end showing in ...requesting channel data... area.
plz check one image i attached with this ticket.
i re-install twice time but still issue

plz how i can solve it.

Thanks
Ayaz Ali


Funzland - The Land of Funz

www.funzland.com
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4 years 4 months ago #6548 by Support Team
Support Team replied the topic: ...requesting channel data... issue, need help
Hi,

AutoTweetNG can't access the backend to load the Channel Form.

Please, check if there's any security restriction (E.g. mod_security), or check the Browser console error to inspect.

Thanks,

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4 years 4 months ago #6549 by Ayaz Ali
Ayaz Ali replied the topic: ...requesting channel data... issue, need help
thanks for reply.

mod_security is already disabled but check the Browser console error to inspect is i don't know how i can do it ?

plz how i can solve the issue ?


Thanks

Funzland - The Land of Funz

www.funzland.com

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4 years 4 months ago #6553 by Support Team
Support Team replied the topic: ...requesting channel data... issue, need help
Hi,

To find the Javascript problem:

(1) Finding the problem
This is around 80% of 'the battle'. Because modern browsers are 'fault tolerant' and able to deal with 'tag soup problems', such problems are not always obvious. If modern browsers were not 'fault tolerant' probably around 99% of Internet Web Sites would be unusable. Even popular and major web sites often have validation errors.

Arguably the best method to find problems is to use the FireFox Web Browser to track down problems by viewing the content of the Firefox Error Console
Firefox Menu->Tools->Error Console
and by installing the following FireFox add-ons/extensions;

(a) HTML Validator
Easiest to use, but only helps with HTML errors.
It is a good thing to get rid of all HTML validation errors first, since it is possible for these to effect JavaScripts.

(b) Web Developer
Arguably next easiest to use.
Helps track down HTML, CSS, and JavaScript Errors
Helps find JavaScript errors, but not debug the actual scripts.
Often, by just finding and identifying the JavaScript Error(s), the fix may be obvious
and further 'debugging' (with 'watch expressions' and 'breakpoints') of the offending script is not necessary.

(c) Firebug
Most comprehensive and hence complex
JavaScript debugging capabilities
Similar to Web Developer Tools included with Internet Explorer 8 and later
(or the Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar for IE 6 and 7).

In Internet Explorer, set;
Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Disable Script Debugging (Internet Explorer)=No (unChecked)
Tools->Internet Options->Advanced->Disable Script Debugging (Other)=No (unChecked)
otherwise Internet Explorer is unlikely to obviously report any errors,
(other than 'flashing' the message "Done, but with errors on page" in the bottom left corner of the Browser status bar).
For Internet Explorer 8 users, use the Developer Tools included in IE 8.
For Internet Explorer 7 and below, you can download the Microsoft Internet Explorer Developer Toolbar
For other Browsers you will need to find appropriate 'Developer' options/extensions.

Hopefully, by using the these tools you will be able to gain an idea of where JavaScript errors are occurring.


Source: forum.sigsiu.net/community-board-for-tro...ij4257lth1d8b48dsnk5


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