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Menu not appear properly in IE7

Thread began 7/06/2010 7:33 am by jack343289 | Last modified 9/07/2010 3:52 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1231 views | 6 replies |

jack343289

Menu not appear properly in IE7

When Siteassist Professional builds the pages - the menu appears as a line of text, strung together in IE7 (which is clickable), but with none of the styling.

I did notice the comment about IE6 and the changed code in the head, but it does not work for IE7

Ca you help?

Regards
Jack

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

please post a link where O could see the problem to investigate the cause of the issue.

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jack343289

I have done no work to the initial pages generated, the link is www.designerinks.com
Thank you
Jack

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

when i view source of the page, there is no doctype tag.


change:
undefined
undefined
<head>

to:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
<html>
<head>

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jack343289

Thank you for bringing that to my attention - it works ok now.

I didn't realise that Siteassist Professional did not put them in automatically - Am I missing something here? - Is there a setting that I must choose to have this inserted when the pages are built?

Thank you
Jack

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nigel258085

Menu styles wrong

Jason - do you know why the DOCTYPE isn't inserted? I have had this problem after installing 'new' upgrades to DW extensions. I think this may be incorrect versions of various files when installing upgrades - in Adobe Extension Manager I have had to click on 'no, don't replace this file' hundreds of times (the Manager reports the version being installed is older than existing). As a result I am now forced to click on 'Yes to all' which means I end up with 'older' versions of the various component files - there is no alternative 'No to all' button! I may raise this as a separate thread by the way which I hope you won't mind.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you also asked this in a nother thread:
showthread.php?t=13758

I opened a ticket for you there to look into the problem.

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