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8 months 3 weeks ago #84463 by cybersalt
Thanks for activating my account here.

To sum up what I posted in the FB group, and to let you know the point I am stuck at:

On the page  reggae.democorner.com/mm4/  I am getting this error:

Class 'JRequest' not found
/home/democorner/reggae.democorner.com/mm4/components/com_flexicontent/templates/blog-orig/listings_filter_form.php:17


As recommended, I have made all the replacements noted at:
www.flexicontent.org/documentation/tutor...MvPeUwIoeVqEvVlsGbi8

However, nowhere in the FC template mentioned in the above error did any of the find and replace content exist.  Here is code of the file being reported in the error:
Code:
<form action="<?php echo $this->action; ?>" method="post" id="adminForm" onsubmit=""> <?php     // Body of form for (a) Text search, Field Filters, Alpha-Index, Items Total Statistics, Selectors(e.g. per page, orderby)     // If customizing via CSS rules or JS scripts is not enough, then please copy the following file here to customize the HTML too     include('listings_filter_form_body.php'); ?> <?php if ( JRequest::getVar('clayout') == $this->params->get('clayout', 'blog') ) :?>     <input type="hidden" name="clayout" value="<?php echo JRequest::getVar('clayout'); ?>" /> <?php endif; ?>     <input type="hidden" name="option" value="com_flexicontent" />     <input type="hidden" name="filter_order" value="<?php echo $this->lists['filter_order']; ?>" />     <input type="hidden" name="filter_order_Dir" value="" />     <input type="hidden" name="view" value="category" />     <input type="hidden" name="letter" value="<?php echo JRequest::getVar('letter');?>" id="alpha_index" />     <input type="hidden" name="task" value="" />     <input type="hidden" name="cid" value="<?php echo $this->category->id; ?>" />     <input type="hidden" name="layout" value="<?php echo JRequest::getCmd('layout',''); ?>" /> </form>

Thanks for help with this.

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8 months 3 weeks ago #84464 by micker
Hello its a custom layout problème jrequest IS depreciate in j4 you need to adapt jrequest like exemple
JFactory::getApplication()->input->getCmd('layout')

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8 months 3 weeks ago #84465 by cybersalt
Thanks. I figured out two of the replacements:

Replace "JRequest::getVar" or "JRequest::getCmd" with "JFactory::getApplication()->input->getCmd"

Do I do the exact same replacement with "JRequest::getInt" and "JRequest::setVar"?

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8 months 3 weeks ago #84468 by micker
yes i think it will be ok

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