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Menu Write Links have an extra folder in them

Thread began 6/07/2010 12:06 pm by gregb440246884 | Last modified 6/07/2010 7:50 pm by Eric Mittman | 1729 views | 2 replies |


Menu Write Links have an extra folder in them

I just uploaded a new website for a client, and the menu writer menu is not working! It worked fine in my test environment, but for some reason when I uploaded it to the live server, it is adding another 'level' to the menu link?!

The website is:

For instance, the first button in the top menu, "Fly Shop" should link to flyshop.php

Instead, it is going to flyshop.php

I have re-opened menu write repeatedly, and it shows the link set to /flyshop.php for that button! Anyone have any idea what is going on?! If you look at the html links toward the bottom of the page ("Book a Guide" for instance), they are working fine. This should verify that the pages are at the top level of the site, and not within a 'gateslodge' folder underneath ''.

Thanks in advance for your help!

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Found 'solution'

I deleted all the the menu writer files and re-installed the menu on the site, and it appears to be working just fine now! I wasn't able to figure out how to delete this post...

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Eric Mittman

Definitely seems like you have it working correctly now. I suspect that you may have been working locally in a folder called gateslodge and this is probably why you had that portion added to the URLs. I'm glad to see that you got it going ok now. I can delete posts by checking them then using the quick select menu, but this may be because I'm an admin.

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