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YouTube Videos / Admin Index Accordion

Thread began 9/30/2009 4:54 pm by robert222776 | Last modified 10/04/2009 4:38 pm by robert222776 | 1802 views | 4 replies


YouTube Videos / Admin Index Accordion

I have a couple of YouTube videos with the usual object, param, and embed tags that I have placed as content (in source view) on a couple of different site pages. They appear/play fine on the test site (on my test server) pages, and they appear as they should on their respective "View/Edit Content" PowerCMS admin pages. However, they also appear arbitrarily on the admin index page, outside of the accordion, partially covering up the accordion panels and the header links at the top of the page. When I open the two accordion panels where they should be located all is fine, and they occupy their expected positions. Any ideas why they are appearing on top of the accordion panels instead of staying hidden until the panel is opened? Is this a "spry" or powerCMS limitation/bug?


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