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Error messages when trying to insert a Spry component

Thread began 6/28/2010 7:41 pm by nancy19533 | Last modified 9/13/2010 4:38 pm by nancy19533 | 1657 views | 9 replies

nancy19533

The JS error is that Spry is not defined. But the way the CSS Sculptor is set up, there is no way to first save the page with the Spry components and after you select one of them in the + on the Box screen, apparently, it's not adding the Spry dependent files and therefore, does not think it's been added. I haven't seen anything in the documentation to tell me anything other than what I have been doing.

After the Spry Component has been added and I have tried both Tabs and Accordion, this error persists on every screen throughout the rest of the procedure. The Component is added, but it's not the piece of cake to edit the CSS that it should be.

Thanks for the advice on the color palette .. I will try out your suggestions. I can totally believe that I'm doing it wrong.

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