I did a deploy of my project (with a minor change to a custom web service we wrote) to a previously working IIS7 instance, and when I tried to access the site, all I see is a dark gray bar at the top of the screen, white below it, and nothing else. When I use Chrome Developer tools and watch the network traffic, I am not receiving anything but 200 responses, but when I compare the traffic with a working site, I see about half the correct amount of network traffic.
I am up against the wall on this - we have created a ton of content that we had intended to use SiteSync to propagate to our production box, and we cannot login or do ANYTHING on this site now.
Might be a simple question, but what does the create HMTL look like?
Not that you are looking for something complicated but have some html or css problem. I know its a long shot but if you are up against the wall any idea might be a good idea.
Can the site be accessed?
Markus - the problem I am trying to resolve is to be able to login to the admin pages. That is the problem I am facing. Prior to the deploy of changes to a custom web service (no changes to any of the Sitefinity DLL's or configuration) all pages were displaying correctly and we were able to login and logout at will.
Atanas, we currently have PagesConfig.config, ProjectConfig.config, SecurityConfig.config, SystemConfig.config, ToolboxesConfig.config and VirtualPathSettingsConfig.config on the file system. The project was setup from the beginning to store its configuration entries in the database. I have tried adding applicationRoles to both the file system SecurityConfig.config entry and to the database SecurityConfig.config entry with the same results - inability to login using any credentials that were working prior to our deploy of a change to a custom web service.