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CSSMenuWriter on .shtml pages?

Thread began 6/03/2009 5:59 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | Last modified 6/03/2009 7:48 am by Nathon Jones Web Design | 2029 views | 3 replies

Nathon Jones Web Design

CSSMenuWriter on .shtml pages?

Is this possible?

I've created a .shtml web page and inserted the menu and it displays the menu in IE7 and Safari 3.2.3 but in Firefox 3.0.10 it displays the script at the top of the CSSMenuWriter/cssmw/menu.asp file:

WA_localRoot = "/mywebsite/"
WA_remoteRoot = "/"
WA_curURL = LCase(cStr(Request.ServerVariables("SCRIPT_NAME")))
assumedRoot = WA_remoteRoot
if (inStr(WA_curURL,LCase(WA_localRoot)) = 1 AND (Len(WA_localRoot) >= Len(WA_remoteRoot) OR inStr(WA_curURL,LCase(WA_remoteRoot)) = 0)) then
assumedRoot = WA_localRoot
end if

Any reason why this is only being displayed in Firefox? Is it something to do with the .shtml file type?


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