After I install Moodle 2.2.2 and loging as administrator, I cannot click the Advanced Features links under Site Administration. They are all inactive. Any idea why?
I am using a Godaddy hosting plan.
Hi, thanks for your quick reply.
I've tried enabling the use of online YUI libraries, but it didn't fix the problem. Any other ideas? What could this issue be caused by?
Just to leave some possibly useful references, what PHP version are you using?
I think it's a bit of both, server side & client side issues.
As you might have seen, in the second reference the user cannot use the navigation expandable links of moodle.org; most of us can. So in his case it sure seems a local problem... maybe a browser configuration/version or some malware.
However, I visited the site of the other user and I couldn't use the expandable links of his site. I recommended him to restore a full installation backup and use the standard moodle packages as I noticed some differences (related to YUI) between our installations. In this case, a PHP version compatibility could also be the cause.
My final advice would be to create an account at Moodle Tracker, state your case and vote:
I also have to specify that my installation is missing the xmlrpc and intl php extensions. Could this be the source of the problem?
Wouldn't seem likely, but if you have some time, you could try and enable them.
It seems that my GoDaddy hosting plan doesn't support those php extensions, so enabling them is out of the question.
The PHP version I have is 5.3.6.
I'm really stuck... I have no idea what the problem could be...
I think I fixed the problem for my site. I solved the problem with the following procedure.
2. only check first to combo box as 0n the following picture
3. Save the changes.
4. Then your links will most probably begin to work again
5. You can check all the rest combo boxes after your links come back
I hope it works for everybody's website
Thank you - this has worked for me and I am out of my fix.
When time permits I will try to work out why it happened in the first place.