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Side menu doesn't link

Thread began 1/14/2011 1:53 pm by mick106153 | Last modified 1/24/2011 2:26 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1154 views | 5 replies |

mick106153

Side menu doesn't link

Starting a new PS4.01 site and the side menu reflects the main menu but doesn't display any of the choices made there.
Instead I get the following…
"Page Not Found
We cannot locate the page you are looking for. Please check the address and make sure all letters are lowercased with no spaces. You may also move to a different page by using the links in the menu bar above."

Any choices made in the main menu work as expected.

Only 2 faux products entered so far - I'm still building the categories.
index.php

Choosing as an example - Products/2013 Enlistment/Enlisted - gives the following result…
products_results.php?Search=1&ProductCategoryID[]=40
regardless of whether you choose it from the main or side menu but the side menu gives the error shown above.

Mick

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the side menu links will try to load the products_results_xml.php page:
products_results_xml.php?Search=1&ProductCategoryID[]=39


this does not appear to have been uploaded. Please make sure the products_results_xml.php page is uploaded to the server.

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mick106153

Thank you Jason!

Saved me again.
Is it usual for something like this to happen - to arbitrarily choose to not upload a file?

Mick

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Dreamweaver's FTP program can be a bit flaky at times.

I would use filezilla or another dedicated FTP program for large uploads to the server.

Dreamweaver is OK for small uploads, but even then, I dont trust it as far as I can throw it to uploading correctly.

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dave276887

same issue here

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  Dreamweaver's FTP program can be a bit flaky at times.

I would use filezilla or another dedicated FTP program for large uploads to the server.

Dreamweaver is OK for small uploads, but even then, I dont trust it as far as I can throw it to uploading correctly.  



I have products_results_xml.php already uploaded so that file is not the issue.

site is amtcgear.com.au

and it is only in categories with more than 10 items that the next button does not work.

Any solutions??

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It looks like you have found the fix for this in the known issues section of the power store download files, i dont see the issue when i visit your site.

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