I just tried copying the code in a-new
and pasting it back to a
, but no luck. I even wiped out everything in template a
and saved blank and still no luck.
The site is running MODX Evo 1.0.6; therefore, I wiped out everything in the assets/cache and still no luck.
I ran command lines to to repair and optimize databases (
mysqlcheck -Aor -u root -p
), still no luck. I even compare a
in PhpMyAdmin and both look identical.
Is it possible that somehow template a
's permission has changed? Is there a CHMOD permission for template inside the database?
My last resort I am thinking of is to upgrade MODX to 1.0.10 to see if that fixes the issue. Is that a good move?