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addition of css and js

Thread began 8/11/2009 2:19 pm by segalmedia367166 | Last modified 8/13/2009 7:45 pm by Eric Mittman | 1090 views | 3 replies |

segalmedia367166

addition of css and js

I am returning to the menu writer wizard via "edit theme" button. I keep getting additional js and css files. What am I doing wrong?

Also, I am creating multiple templates for my site, some nested and some unique. How do I go about using the same navigation menu without recreating it from scratch - ie the menu stays exactly the same throughout the site.

Lisa

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Eric Mittman

The code that is on the page for you menu should not be duplicated in any way when you edit the them. The code that is on the page should be CSS references, the js file, then the menu itself or the serverside code for the menu.

Are you doing this on a static html site or a PHP or other server model site? What are the exact steps you are taking that result in this. I can edit the theme for the applied menu by selecting the menu code on the page, then clicking on the edit theme button in the property inspector. I then change some settings and click finish, when I'm prompted to save the preset I do not choose to save and just finish.

Are these the same steps you are taking? Do you have this menu applied to a template that has menu code on it already? Please post back with as much info about this as you can so that we can try to determine what is going on.

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segalmedia367166

i have another thread for css and js copies

i have another thread started for this issue, but to answer your questions, i think that i am following your advice. once i create a menu with menu writer 2 it attaches css and js to my template. when i go back in to edit theme it is adding two more files. i click on them and my template is unable to access the files - it appears that the path is incorrect. i have been deleting the unnecessary code for now. i have been editing some of the css manually to save time.

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Eric Mittman

I think I may have responded to your other thread on this. I will leave it in that thread. Please update the other one with any additional info.

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