1. SP Portfolio
  2. Wednesday, 22 January 2020
Hi, when I go to edit a portfolio item in SP Simple Portfolio from the administrator area, the link from the green button results in a 404 error page. I have discovered on the forums that I can work around this by first going to the front end and logging in and then returning to the back end to edit the item.

However, this is a very clunky and convoluted way to edit a portfolio item, and one which is very difficult to explain to a client who is trying to manage their portfolio themselves. At the least, when you click on the "Edit with Page Builder" button, it should take you to the front-end login page rather than throw a 404 error. But even this seems to be an unnecessary step when logged in to the back-end already.

Is there a way to make this to where a portfolio item can be edited from the back-end without receiving a 404 error? Either show the front-end login, or take the user straight to the edit area?

Thanks!

J!: 3.9.14
PHP: 7.2
Template: Konstra
SPPB: 3.6.8
SP Simple Portfolio: 1.7
Accepted Answer
Toufiq found the issue. In the SP Page Builder table in the database, the portfolio items that were throwing 404 errors had an error in the database. Under the “published” column, where the value should have been “1” the value was set to “-2”; when this value was reset to “1” it fixed the issue, loading the front-end login screen rather than the 404 error page.


Hi there, Yes, That I have explained to you via PM. Please close your forum post. Thanks
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Hi there,

Sorry for the inconvenience. Would you please provide me the Joomla administrator access via PM? I will check & get back to you in our official time.

-Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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Hi Toufiq,

Thank you for checking this. I just sent you login info.

Thanks!
  1. more than a month ago
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Hi there,

Thanks for your PM. I have checked from my end and it works fine.

https://prnt.sc/qtb5jy
https://prnt.sc/qtb61v

-Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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Hello Toufiq,

Thanks for checking this out. So it seems that there are certain ones that work and others that don't. I sent you a PM to check the specific portfolio items that I tried that are throwing a 404 error.

Thanks!
  1. more than a month ago
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  3. # 4
Hello Toufiq,

Thanks for checking this out. So it seems that there are certain ones that work and others that don't. I sent you a PM to check the specific portfolio items that I tried that are throwing a 404 error.

Thanks!


Hi there, Please tell me the item name or id. I will check & get back to you soon. Thanks
  1. more than a month ago
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  3. # 5
Sent you a PM
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Sent you a PM


Please provide me the FTP access
  1. more than a month ago
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Toufiq found the issue. In the SP Page Builder table in the database, the portfolio items that were throwing 404 errors had an error in the database. Under the “published” column, where the value should have been “1” the value was set to “-2”; when this value was reset to “1” it fixed the issue, loading the front-end login screen rather than the 404 error page.
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