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How do Power CMS treat external links

Thread began 11/16/2009 9:56 pm by shadow329043 | Last modified 11/19/2009 8:16 pm by shadow329043 | 1599 views | 6 replies


How do Power CMS treat external links

So far, so good. Got the CMS working on my site. I used the homepage of my site as a first test and it worked beautifully! I decided (for esthetic reasons) to put the output of the CMS in a panel (another company's product) and it seemed to work great on the home page (if you want to see, feel free to go to my site). But when I did my contact page, it wouldn't display in the panel (it might be a problem with the panel product itself and I have since downloaded a new version) but when I tried to display the text from the CMS without the panel, my links were stripped and no longer worked. Do you have to create the links with the CMS interface? I just did a copy and paste of the original text into the CMS using the source option but I think that the problem is that the link uses Javascript (it is a behavior). You may see the link behavior by going to my contact page. Any comments?

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