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File path and name appearing as page title instead of plug in page title

Thread began 1/29/2014 6:47 am by evansg7124312885 | Last modified 1/29/2014 5:01 pm by evansg7124312885 | 321 views | 2 replies

evansg7124312885

File path and name appearing as page title instead of plug in page title

Box checked in the Dynamic Plug in wizard. The content of all plug ins are working perfectly, but instead of showing the title of the plug in page, the file path and name appear instead. No issues noted from start to finish of setting up plug in, except for page titles, it appears to be working exactly as WA said it would. I am using Mac 10.8, DW 5.5, and all 3 (Data Bridge, Design Extender, eCart 6.0) extensions were updated the day after eCart 6 came out. The page title issue was present prior to upgrading to eCart 6.0.

One thing I have noticed is that the box will not stay enabled, it sets ON ok in wizard, but if you open server behavior again, it is unchecked.

Thanks,

Gary E

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