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I Need some help positioning the security assist forms

Thread began 6/16/2011 4:52 pm by johna1964 | Last modified 6/17/2011 1:19 pm by johna1964 | 1097 views | 7 replies |

johna1964

I Need some help positioning the security assist forms

I upgraded to secuity assist 2.0.1. It saved an unbelievable amount of time. It validated in DW4 without errors. That was a happy experience...

...anyway the issue presently is about 1000 px of white space appearing above every security assist created page (except the logout.php) viewed in IE9 and Mozilla.

Do you have a solution?

Thanks!

johna1964

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

most likely adding
overflow: hidden;

to the div that contains the forms should fix the error.

if not, I will need a link where i can see the problem to troubleshoot further.

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johna1964

Spoke too soon

I am attaching a screen shot of two error messages that occurs after applying security assist 2.0.1. (which I still think is great).

The links to the security assist pages through the menu are not linking. When I went into the menu through the template to update or find if something was unusual, I received the errors upon finishing.

Thank you for the overflow info, I will try right away.

johna1964

(I just checked to see if the screen shot came through...I cannot see it from my end...let me know...thanks)

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johna1964

Possible Solution

Jason,

Thank you for your help today...overflow: hidden worked like a charm...the other issue was handled and this how:

When I installed the new SA, I had problems initially with the menu after apply SA. What I did was delete the site I was working on...a dummy testsite. There was a WA folder that would not delete w/o effort, so I kept it.

The second dummy site attempt yielded several issues including the one in the previous screen shot, so I placed that folder in a new dummy site and it seemed to the trick...just thought I'd let you know all seems to be working properly now...

If there is something I can do to make this work without copying this folder to each site, please let me know.

Here is a screen of this folder and files. My question is what doesn't it recreate these files in an empty virtual site (with minimum basic, connection, etc. of course)?

Thanks for your time...

johna1964

(I'm still not seeing the screen shot...)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

perhaps try compressing the screen shot to a zip file and attach the zip file.


What folder is it that is not being created?

I need some more specific details to be able to get a sense of the problem?

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johna1964

Screen Shots

Jason,

Zipping the files would be helpful...Thanks!

johna1964

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

for the Dreamweaver errors:

Delete the Dreamweaver Cache file from the users configuration folder:
common_installation_issues.pdf

I have no idea what I'm supposed to be looking for in the Files panel screen shot though, please provide more details.

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johna1964

Jason,

The folders are only what I added to the site to solve the problem. Generally, as a rule, I clear the cache as the first course of action if I have problems....

Everything is working smoothly again...

Thanks for your help. :)

Johna

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