Ensure that you had active categories in Articles Categories
Take note of the existing category
Create a new article and file this new article in existing category
Even creating new category does not show the new category
You should see only limited categories being shown
That sounds like the expected behaviour that a category is not available that the user creating the content doesnt have access to
Example the category is set up to Basic which is not the norm Joomla permission with only
I was using Super User since day 1.
It was working fine prior to <3.6.5 and after upgrading to 3.7.0, all the menu that point to the various categories disappeared.
After I had changed the basic to Registered or Public, the categories re-appeared and I am able to create articles and point to the right categories.
My concerned why did the upgrade 3.7.0 change the security settings.
Could this be the reasons as this is only the changes to Category
My 2ct, since 3.7 you shall explicitly add the corresponding User Groups to the Super User for the Super User to see the categories that belongs to the User Groups. Expected behaviour as stated above. I spotted the same pull id as you when I noticed that change early in the beta version.
Just starting with Joomla. I have installed Joomla 3.7.3 on a linux mint 17.2, with php7.1 and mysql 5.7.
When trying to customise Photostar (copy) template, I get the following:
Warning: Failed to move file: /tmp/phpWbE8Za to /var/www/html/joomla/images/my_logo.png
Unable to upload file.
After installation, I had issued the command on my_linux$: sudo chmod -R 755 /var/www/html/joomla.
BTW - I have no problems on a Windows 10 machine!!!
What am I missing on the linux box?
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