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Update to Astroid 2.5.1 failed 9 months 2 days ago #28579

  • Messina
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Hello everybody,
I upgraded the joomla core to version 3.9.25 (up to this no problem).
Then I upgraded astroid from 2.3 to 2.5.1 directly through the internal Joomla procedure.
(Framework Version: 2.5.1 - Template Version: 1.3)
The update ended with an error message.
I am using the Coax template, but immediately after upgrading the site layout has undergone many changes (errors) compared to before.
For example, font and colors of texts have changed, some astroid features (sticky menu, "back to top" button) no longer work ...
I ran the procedure twice and got the same result.
Has anyone encountered similar problems?
Are there already solutions that can be applied?
Thanks in advance
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Update to Astroid 2.5.1 failed 9 months 2 days ago #28580

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I have not had these problems but, I have seen many posts with similar problems. BTW I am not an admin here, just another user.

The advice I have seen is that you must upgrade the Framework manually. I have done this with success. I download the latest versions (Astroid framework and specific Template.) from this site. Then I install framework first as new from upload. I do NOT use the Joomla updater. Then after framework update, I would install the latest version of your template. PLEASE NOTE you should have a backup for your site and be aware of any custom css or template overrides you have modified. Hope you find success.

I've also noticed this getting posted often but not sure if still relevant:
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Update to Astroid 2.5.1 failed 9 months 1 day ago #28583

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Thanks @dankra for the elaborate help, that's exactly what I would have suggested here. And off course the link is still valid you wil, have to delete those files if you are getting any of the similar errors.

@Messina let us know if all this helped.

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