"I thought I made a mistake once, but I was mistaken."

This sums up the "count()" error message. It appears when you attempt to log in:picture of the error message. Text of the message follows.

"count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable"

Surprisingly, it doesn't keep you from having a productive day. When you get that error, check your concrete5 toolbar. If you can see the Dashboard button, you are logged in.

Simply navigate to your home page (cut everything off the URL after index.php or use the site map to visit the page you need to edit).

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If you don't see the toolbar, try logging in again. Sometimes it takes two tries. The error message changes.

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So it really isn't a show stopper. 

How simple is it to navigate? 

  • Edit the navigation window to read https://home.army.mil/YOURGARRISON
  • Go to the upper right and click on "Pages," then find the site map below the draft pages. Click on the page you want to visit.
  • Go to the Dashboard, select Site Map. Click on your destination page and select "Visit."