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Migration Jahia 6.5.1.1 vers 6.6.0.0

by  iduchet »  2012/05/11 07:34

Bonjour,

Lors de la migration Jahia 6.5.1.1 vers 6.6.0.0 nous avons rencontré un problème de formatage des pages avec les css.

Une partie de notre site n'est plus correctement formaté.

Est-ce que certains ont déjà eu ce type de problème ?

Merci pour vos réponses

  (iduchet)

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Re: Migration Jahia 6.5.1.1 vers 6.6.0.0

by  shyrkov »  2012/05/11 07:53

Hello,

in order to boost client-side page load and rendering, Jahia 6.6.0.0 by default agregates and compresses the static assets (JavaScript and CSS files) for published pages (live mode).

If you encounter any issues, you can try disabling it, by adding the following parameter into WEB-INF/etc/config/jahia.properties file:

aggregateAndCompressAssets=false

Please, stop you Jahia server, delete the folder <jahia-web-app-dir>/resources, start Jahia, flush output caches (Jahia Administratiion -> Server Settings -> Server and Cache status).

Kind regards

Sergiy

  • Re: Migration Jahia 6.5.1.1 vers 6.6.0.0
    2012/05/11 07:53

    shyrkov <p> Hello,</p> <p> in order to boost client-side page load and rendering, Jahia 6.6.0.0 by default agregates and compresses the static assets (JavaScript and CSS files) for published pages (live mode).</p> <p> If you encounter any issues, you can try disabling it, by adding the following parameter into WEB-INF/etc/config/jahia.properties file:</p> <p> aggregateAndCompressAssets=false</p> <p> Please, stop you Jahia server, delete the folder &lt;jahia-web-app-dir&gt;/resources, start Jahia, flush output caches (Jahia Administratiion -&gt; Server Settings -&gt; Server and Cache status).</p> <p> Kind regards</p> <p> Sergiy</p>

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