I'm hoping someone can help me. I'm new to pligg and just purchased a site based on pligg. It was running 1.0.3 which I upgraded to 1.2.2 to get around some bugs in the e-mail system.
The upgrade seemed to go well, but now when I click Register to create a new user I get:
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I have confirmed that my template has register_center.tpl and register_step_1.tpl exist, but I'm still getting the error. I suspect this problem may have something to do with the .htaccess file, but that is greek to me.
Any suggestions on how to fix this would REALLY be appreciated
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