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Error Message during initial Upload

Thread began 7/21/2011 3:16 pm by emy302298 | Last modified 7/21/2011 5:30 pm by emy302298 | 1054 views | 8 replies |

emy302298

Error Message during initial Upload

I received this message (see attachment) when prompted to upload files to server.

Platform
CS3 Dreamweaver - OSX10.6
Going to Godaddy.com

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The error is too small for me to read. What does it say? Can you do a capture of just the error?

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emy302298

Error Message

while executing applyServerBehavior in WAPCMS_ContentNode.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

After this error message, I uploaded all files to my remote server. The file management system does not work. When I click on the upload file - browse button it just states Please wait loading.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That particular issue can usually be resolved by removing the can-minify reference from the kfm index page:

showthread.php?t=21777&highlight=can-minify

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emy302298

Able to upload files but will not hold image display

Ray,

Your last post worked to clear the upload file issue.

For some reason the system will not display the images in CMS admin.

see photo of CMS admin with broken file image.

The site is parklaneeast.com
admin
admin

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You need to use site relative links instead of page relative links in order to have it display properly from a sub-directory like the admin section.

I have update that image from src="image.jpg" to src="/image.jpg" and that has corrected the problem.

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emy302298

Thank You

Ray,

Thank you for all the help!

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emy302298

The edit button is gone on the home page when logged into CMS Admin.

Any ideas?

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emy302298

Ray,

This work too.


I just had to log into CMS Admin prior to opening any pages.

Thanks again!

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