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Thread began 6/10/2010 5:30 am by garry.rogers311167 | Last modified 6/11/2010 5:57 pm by garry.rogers311167 | 1816 views | 14 replies

garry.rogers311167

sitesculpture

Thanks for the quick reply and I though it was going to work but when I click ok it asks do I want to save the preset, wether I do this or not when I click ok again i get error message 'Error generating menu (wa.generate.menu): TypeError;MM.WS_createProcessingObject is not a function'
have no idea what this is??

Originally Said By: neilo
  Hi Garry,

This happens when I use Sculptor too. I have no idea of the thinking behind it, hopefully someone will clear that up. It means that every Sculptor menu has to be edited before uploading.

You will need to open one of your pages (other than the index page) and re-enter the menuwriter interface to add the link to the home page. You do this by:

Click on the little javascript icon that shows in Dreamweaver 'design view' just underneath the menu [see attached image 1]. If it doesn't show, go to DW menu > Edit > Preferences > Invisible Elements > and make sure that the 'Scripts' checkbox is ticked.

In the properties panel at the bottom of the page the menu edit items should be displaying. Click on the middle one - 'Edit contents'. [image 2].

Highlight the top item 'Home Page' and click the plus (+) button above the window, and select 'static link'. [image 3]. Name it 'Home' (or whatever you want) and link it to index.php [image 4]. With the new link highlighted in the list, use the 'up' arrow to move it to the top of the list. [image 5].

Click OK and OK again to finish.  

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