At least one must be enabled to be able to use the installer. To fix this issue you use discover extensions option: Go to Word Press and Joomla lover.Artur Kaczmarek works as a programmer and coder at and Pixel Recent passed level - specialist at accessible templates (WCAG/Section508). He is a passionate about new technologies and in particular everything related to programming and coding for content management systems.Thought I would share because if stackideas are advertising for people to update, there should be a disclaimer. f=710&sid=d441cb388302416eb0120841e1e16ddb Hm, I think errors like this are bound to happen because there are just too many different environment and setup. Having said that, I agree we need to add a disclaimer link in our post so others could also check out the forums on Joomla.
When you are updating between minor versions of Joomla! , but how many times did you forget to do it only to end up with an inaccessible site and a furious client?
Very complex migrations will likely be a result of installed third-party extensions. core extensions will upgrade with a “one-click” upgrade via the Joomla!
You are encouraged to contact the developers of third-party extensions installed on your Joomla! Update component in the backend administrator side of Joomla.
For some larger, more complex sites, the one-click update may not be the best route.
For large or very complex sites, you may want to follow instructions for a regular migration and bypass the one-click update functionality.