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I have a template based on the Basic theme.

I have created the maintenance-page--offline.tpl.php, and maintenance-page.tpl.php templates in my template folder, using a similar markup as in the page.tpl.php file.

These pages are not loading anything in the <head> tag.

What did I do wrong?

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    May you show the content of your template files? Without seeing that, users can just guess what the problem is. – kiamlaluno Nov 26 '12 at 9:25
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Here is the full source of a typical maintenance-page.tpl.php

<?php

/**
 * @file
 * Default theme implementation to display a single Drupal page while offline.
 *
 * All the available variables are mirrored in html.tpl.php and page.tpl.php.
 * Some may be blank but they are provided for consistency.
 *
 * @see template_preprocess()
 * @see template_preprocess_maintenance_page()
 *
 * @ingroup themeable
 */
?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
  "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="<?php print $language->language ?>" lang="<?php print $language->language ?>" dir="<?php print $language->dir ?>">

<head>
  <title><?php print $head_title; ?></title>
  <?php print $head; ?>
  <?php print $styles; ?>
  <?php print $scripts; ?>
</head>
<body class="<?php print $classes; ?>">
  <div id="page">
    <div id="header">
      <div id="logo-title">

        <?php if (!empty($logo)): ?>
          <a href="<?php print $base_path; ?>" title="<?php print t('Home'); ?>" rel="home" id="logo">
            <img src="<?php print $logo; ?>" alt="<?php print t('Home'); ?>" />
          </a>
        <?php endif; ?>

        <div id="name-and-slogan">
          <?php if (!empty($site_name)): ?>
            <h1 id="site-name">
              <a href="<?php print $base_path ?>" title="<?php print t('Home'); ?>" rel="home"><span><?php print $site_name; ?></span></a>
            </h1>
          <?php endif; ?>

          <?php if (!empty($site_slogan)): ?>
            <div id="site-slogan"><?php print $site_slogan; ?></div>
          <?php endif; ?>
        </div> <!-- /name-and-slogan -->
      </div> <!-- /logo-title -->

      <?php if (!empty($header)): ?>
        <div id="header-region">
          <?php print $header; ?>
        </div>
      <?php endif; ?>

    </div> <!-- /header -->

    <div id="container" class="clearfix">

      <?php if (!empty($sidebar_first)): ?>
        <div id="sidebar-first" class="column sidebar">
          <?php print $sidebar_first; ?>
        </div> <!-- /sidebar-first -->
      <?php endif; ?>

      <div id="main" class="column"><div id="main-squeeze">

        <div id="content">
          <?php if (!empty($title)): ?><h1 class="title" id="page-title"><?php print $title; ?></h1><?php endif; ?>
          <?php if (!empty($messages)): print $messages; endif; ?>
          <div id="content-content" class="clearfix">
            <?php print $content; ?>
          </div> <!-- /content-content -->
        </div> <!-- /content -->

      </div></div> <!-- /main-squeeze /main -->

      <?php if (!empty($sidebar_second)): ?>
        <div id="sidebar-second" class="column sidebar">
          <?php print $sidebar_second; ?>
        </div> <!-- /sidebar-second -->
      <?php endif; ?>

    </div> <!-- /container -->

    <div id="footer-wrapper">
      <div id="footer">
        <?php if (!empty($footer)): print $footer; endif; ?>
      </div> <!-- /footer -->
    </div> <!-- /footer-wrapper -->

  </div> <!-- /page -->

</body>
</html>

Recheck your page against any missing variables.

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Your page.tpl.php template should include all the header, footer, etc code to build a regular page. So if you're missing any of that, I'd start by copying and pasting everything from the page.tpl.php file from your theme. Then just modify the middle content portions to create the maintenance page template.

  • So i did as it mentioned in answer. – Rootical V. Jul 11 '12 at 14:10
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    So you can see a statement in there that looks like this: <?php print render($page['header']); ?> – Boriana Ditcheva Jul 11 '12 at 14:16

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