I open my other older version on the same machine and they work fine.
Anyone have any clues as to what is causing this? It cannot be that big of a fix.
Try re-uploading all files and folders – except wp-content – from a fresh download of WordPress.
Already did that. 🙁
This is a total fresh install of 2.9.2.
1. Deleted all files from directory
2. Redownloaded the zip to ensure no files were corrupted upon download or unzipping.
3. Placed in clean directory, manually entered the database settings into the config file.
4. Logged in.
NOTE: this is a base install, nothing has been added, no plugins, no themes. Nothing.
NOTE 2: All my other WP previous to this version has worked fine.
Win XP Pro
WAMP W/ PHP 5.3
My FireBug catches this error upon admin panel load.
convertEntities is not defined
Ok.. So I lied.
My other older WP installs admin panels are not working either.
So, just to be clear.
All my wordpress admin panels on my local environment are not working.
What could be causing this?
@khena25: Don’t highjack another poster’s thread. Post a new topic.
@eligeske: If this is across multiple installs and the most recent install uses the default theme and no plugins, I’d guess that the issue is within your local server.
I just found that my php_exif.dll was not loaded. But after loading it the menu’s still do not work.
Still combing through the server to find anything that might stick out.
Any helpful advice would be appreciated!
Does anyone know what the dependencies are for the
in the wordpress admin panel are?
All that I can figure is that the built-in zip extract program that I initially used on Windows Server 2003 is restricted or partially locked down somehow. I then installed WinRar, unzipped the 2.9.2 version with it, copied all WordPress files over (except the wp-content folder and its contents) the existing files on the web server and success!
Check your wp-includes\js folder to see if it has .js files in there.