Just had an idea.. because when gallery 2.43 came out.. i had a similar issue..!!!
(the footer all messed up in profile only) @ matusman.. are you using UTF-8?
because there is a gallery template issue.. but it only happens when u use utf-8 in database!!!!
the profile template gets truncated right in the middle.. => the tables are not closed!!! because vbulletin cannot import the bullets ..and it just imports up to the first bullet without giving an error message!
to fix it.. do the following..
reinstall the templates .. but
do this before..
in your admin directory there is a file called product-ppvbgallery.xml
if you deleted it after install.. get a fresh one..
- open it up in your favorite editor ( I use edit plus.. but there are other ones around) (do not use notepad as it does not always work)
- then , once it is open do a save as but make sure you save it with the utf-8 option enabled. Usually you have several options to choose from.. Ansi is default.
- overwrite the file in your admincp.
- Now go and reinstall the templates with the installer or or reimport as product with overwrite enabled.(both ways should work)
This fixed my problem..
If your footer is messed up (didnt read that part at first glance), this is probably the issue, because the tables arent closed.
PS: You can check it before you do it.. by opening the template: adv_gallery_member_block
it should end with:
if it does.. then its not this issue!!!! @ chuck..
you should in future releases modify the bullets to "+" signs.. because even if you use html enteties they get converted when importing and utf-8 users have this issue..
the bullets are • • • in my xml file.. unable to get rid of them in fresh install.. @matusman:
if it is your issue search the xml file for
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there are 5 lines one beneath the other. replace the bullet that comes right afterwards in each line with a + sign.. then you do not need to convert to utf-8 in editor.Just reimport the templates with the vbgallery installer.