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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 | 1546 views | 6 replies


Let me set up another page with the links and I will get back to you.

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Here is the info you requested. The original page is located at photos.php - it is based on a template created in DW CS3 not CSS Sculptor - it displays the data correctly

The page created with the text in the CMS is located at photos_new1.php and is based on the above template - it displays nothing

The page created with a blank page,which was detached from the above template and using the data from the CMS is located at photos_new1a.php - it displays the data but the links (which are javascript based) do not work. I pasted the text into the CMS under the source mode.

If you look at the home page, you will see how I want it to look. That page is using the content from the CMS and is being displayed using the panel extension that I mentioned - it just doesn't use links........and believe it or not, it IS based on the template mentioned above. I can't explain WHY it works - and I attenpted to copy the page and just subsutiitute the text with the external links and it stopped working

As you can see, the data is not displayed and the page is based on a template

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