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No live edit (CMSedit.png)

Thread began 9/14/2011 10:48 am by lesMatthews | Last modified 9/14/2011 2:21 pm by lesMatthews | 615 views | 2 replies


No live edit (CMSedit.png)

Upon logging in to the CMS Editor, I have no live edit although I can use the editor to update page content. When I visit a page with CMS content while logged in to the admin, I cannot click in a region with editable content.

In IE, I see a broken image link and cannot select any text. When I view in Firefox and click on the editable content, I get an alert reading "Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (d) isn't associated with any program."

If I search for broken images, I find one, referenced by file path -- d:/Inetpub/texasretirementadvisors/images/CMSedit.png.

The site in question is here (, but you will need an admin login to enable live edit and replicate the issue.

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