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'@@content-group@@', '@@content-ref@@', false@@order@@

Thread began 4/14/2010 1:03 am by neilo | Last modified 8/16/2011 10:58 am by neilo | 7904 views | 35 replies

neilo

Hi Jason,

Thanks for taking a look at this. All of my areas are on the site index.php so all are 'Content Location: Home Page'. Here is the full list:

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Feature Panel Heading

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Feature Panel Text

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Footer

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Header

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Left Frame

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Main Content

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Right Frame

Content Location: Home Page
Content Area: Sidebar Content


While compiling this list, I have just noticed that while all the Content Area descriptors show correctly in admin/index.php under "Choose the content area you wish to edit below" and in admin/contents_update.php in the 'Currently editing' line, the Content Area title, 'Feature Panel Heading' is curtailed by three characters where it shows in the contents_update.php immediately to the left of the 'Cancel' Button. There it reads, 'Feature Panel Head'.

It is also the first in the list. Perhaps I have exceeded a limit?

Cheers

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