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Thread began 7/11/2011 6:55 pm by martin400112 | Last modified 7/13/2011 10:01 am by martin400112 | 1146 views | 5 replies


Framework Builder and CSS Menu Writer

Hello everyone,
I'm putting a site together at the moment and using Framework Builder to insert a plug-in nav bar into pages in different directories.

It's never been a problem before, but now when I user Framework Builder to put the plug-in nav bar into a new page in a new directory, firstly, the nav bar does not show in the div for it (all pages are identical), and when it is uploaded to the server, the page returns as blank. The source code viewed in IE shows that the page fails after the <boby> tag.

Any ideas? I've tried:

- Removing and replacing all plug-ins on the page
- Removing nav bar plug-in and uploading the page without it (it works fine)
- Replacing nav bar plug-on and uploading - page fails.
- Rewriting the nav bar and uploading - page fails.

I'm lost now....any ideas?

I've attached the files in the directory structure that they need to be on the site and the URL for the site is index.php - the link that fails is the one to 'Events'.

Many thanks,


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