<?php define('_JEXEC', 1); define('JPATH_BASE', realpath(dirname(__FILE__) . '/../../')); require_once JPATH_BASE . '/includes/defines.php'; require_once JPATH_BASE . '/includes/framework.php'; $mainframe = JFactory::getApplication('site'); $db = JFactory::getDBO(); $query = "SELECT distinct `customfield_value` FROM `jos_virtuemart_product_customfields` WHERE `virtuemart_custom_id` = '17'"; //echo $query; $db->setQuery($query); $result = $db->loadObjectList(); echo '<pre>'; print_r($result); echo '</pre>'; ?>
Steps to reproduce the issue
Upgraded manually to Joomla 3.7
Discovered upgrades and updated database
Cleared cache and made all Joomla components active
Was replicated on three different joomla upgrade websites
Admin menu for components should not have changed
Components menu made certain items like contacts and joomla upgrade disappear. Inconsistent menu items disappeared across the three websites – If I manually go to the url of the missing components, they still work, but they’re just gone in the admin menu.
Advertising on your site using Google Adsense is a simple way to earn money from your site visitors. This tutorial will describe how to place a Google Adsense ad on your Joomla! 3.1 site.
You will need the following:
- The location on your site where you will be placing your ad. This depends entirely on how you want the ad to look (tall and skinny, short and wide, a box, etc.) and where the template you are using for your content pages has room.
- A Google Adsense account (http://adsense.google.com). In this account you should have created an ad of the size you want. I have several ads I use, the one I’m using in this tutorial is 120 pixels wide by 620 high.
In this example, the template I am using (Pixeldot from freshjoomlatemplates.com) has a position labeled as “right” on the template...Read More