#6 Unpaired XML tags breaking pages


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>

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 />


  • 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 ...


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