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Java error in wizard and CSS errors

Thread began 12/07/2009 12:19 pm by stuart263857 | Last modified 12/14/2009 5:06 pm by stuart263857 | 1743 views | 7 replies


Java error and CSS still the same

Hi Eric

I renamed the Configuration file Configuration_back and uninstalled the Site Assist extension. After re-installing a fresh copy from the website all is exactly the same.
The 'gettreenode' java error appeared again - but I guess it is because I tried adding a Links page to the navigation. I think there is a clash because Site Assist automatically allows for a Links page in the footer section and presumably it doesn't like 2 pages with the same name. I had the same problem trying to create a page called Contact. When I then called it Contact Us - it was OK. I use the mouse to select the type to rename it and then hit return to OK it.

Hopefully that may be the reason for the Java error which I can sort of understand.

However the CSS is still all wrong. The fonts requested aren't used, the images don't appear and I still get 'undefined' after all the links in the footer.

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