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The module in the footer position has disappeared from layout

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Hi!
The modules in the footer position have disappeared from any page of my gazetta site as you can see here:
www.operedigitali.com/01a01immobiliare/index.php
The footer logo, footer menu, and social footer icons have disappeared,
How can I get them reappeared?
Joomla is updated to 3.7.0.
Thanks!
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Hi

Have you disabled caching? there is a caching issue with the latest Joomla version

It has a bug

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Hi!
I have disabled both System Page Cache and Global Config Cache, but it doesn't work.
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And you cleared cache at the same time?

what are the position names?

Are they still showing in the layout of the template?

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The System Cache Plugin was already disabled, I have only disabled also Global Config Cache.
The position name is "footer", and in template layout is more visible.
All footer position modules are "public access", and assigned at all pages. Their language is set to "all".
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You cleared the cache after disabling the cache - right?
Disabling it might still leave the cached files in place if you don't clear the cache
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Cache is empty.

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This is the website footer:
website-footer.jpg

All footer published modules are invisible, and only a bottom published module is present.
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Last Edit: 2 years 6 months ago by mikyilfilosofo.
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If you can create a ticket I will take a look

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The following user(s) said Thank You: mikyilfilosofo
Ok, thanks!
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