#6 Unpaired XML tags breaking pages

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nobody
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2010-10-29
2010-10-29
Paul Campbell
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We are seeing errors when we try to view the My Courses, Messages or Community pages in MLE when testing in browser (IE/FF/Chrome).

When attempting to view MLE on a mobile, the input boxes are missing from the login page. Could this be the same problem as above?

Error message, as reported by IE:
<The XML page cannot be displayed
Cannot view XML input using XSL style sheet. Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
End tag 'pa' does not match the start tag 'image'. Error processing resource 'https://moodle1.carnegiecollege.ac.uk/blocks/...
This is a list of all courses you are enrolled in.</pa>
----------------------------------------------------^
/DIV>

Start of XML document causing above error:
<ps t="My Courses" st="0" bo="0" back="index.xml|y">
<pa id="k">
<image type="l" url="/course.png">
<font class="h2" />
My Courses
<font class="std" />
<br />
<hr />

Discussion

  • matthias
    matthias
    2010-11-04

    this XML code is for the J2ME mobile phone application not for the browser.
    It is quite a mystery to me, how you got to this code with the browser ...

     
  • Paul Campbell
    Paul Campbell
    2010-11-08

    I don't believe I'm doing anything special that is causing the mobile markup to appear in a desktop browser.

    When we do try to look at our site in a mobile browser we can't login as we have no input fields on the login screen. Just the labels for "Please login:". "Username:" and "Password:"

     
  • Paul Campbell
    Paul Campbell
    2010-11-11

    I have reinstalled MLE-Moodle. There hasn't been any change in behaviour of the site.

     
  • matthias
    matthias
    2010-12-10

    than it must be a server problem, because MLE-Moodle is working everywhere else and right now I have no clue what the problem might be ...