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error msg: In file "wamv_content"';WA not defined

Thread began 8/16/2009 12:42 am by ruffteam | Last modified 8/19/2009 6:40 pm by ruffteam | 836 views | 2 replies


error msg: In file "wamv_content"';WA not defined

Hello. I have a recurring CSSMenuWriter problem that follows me from original menu (eg. cssmw/menu.php) to recreated menus (eg. cssmw10/menu.php).

when I create a new menu it works. but when I come back and try to edit the same (working) menu and click on "Edit Contents" and then click on one of the buttons, like 'HOME', to change it, I get this error message:

while executing onChange in wamv_content.htm the following JavaScript error(s) occurred:

In file "wamv_content"';
WA not defined

I can't seem to fix this problem except by recreating the menu from scratch. Then at some point the 'WA not defined' error comes back and I can't edit the content of the recreated menu. This recurring problem follows me from pc to pc and browser to browser and prevents me from editing once-working menus.

someone else must have seen this problem before. what's the fix?
thank you for your time. david

ps. once I get the fix, how do you go about cleaning up the non-working or no-longer-used menu folders? If I have 10 or so folders ('cssmw-cssmw10') and 9 of them don't work properly, when I finally get the menu I want to work, can I erase the nine non-working folders?

For example, if I'm finish the day with only 'cssmw10' working, can I erase the 'cssmw-cssmw9' folders from the CSSMenuWriter folder and rename 'cssmw10' to 'cssmw' so I only have one (working) folder left? I don't want to have non-working menu folders lasting forever in the site files.

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