Text Links on Joomla 1.5.8 backend don't work (drop-down menu "site menu content etc")

Posted on 2009-02-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-06
The text links on Joomla 1.5.8 backend don't work!

They only work after I replace the /administrator/includes/toolbar.php file through FTP and refresh but I got the same problem again when I logout and login.
I also tried to copy all the files in the includes directory and /administrator/ index.php but neither of them work.
They stopped working after I turned the "Authentication - GMail" plugin on and off.

Is there any solution??
Question by:shooft
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    Accepted Solution

    The error could be on the admin template. The default template for the admin area is called khepri. FTP to the administrator/templates directory and overwrite kephri and system directories with clean files.

    If this does not work get back to me and I will help you further.


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    Well done!!

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