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static plugin not displaying

Thread began 8/14/2015 7:29 am by Jason | Last modified 8/14/2015 7:51 pm by Ray Borduin | 197 views | 1 replies |

Jason

static plugin not displaying

I'm using the static plugin tool in framework builder, to insert 2 plugins to the index page (always or on page load). I made sure to push the webassist framework files to the server also, but neither of the plugins display.

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index.php
intro_plugin.php
video_pulgin.php
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Jason

I got it fixed. The plugin inserted this code

php:
if("" == ""){

                    $WA_intro_plugin_1439550528756 = new WA_Include("intro_plugin.php");
                    require($WA_intro_plugin_1439550528756->BaseName);
                    $WA_intro_plugin_1439550528756->Initialize(true);
                }



inside of a different "if" statement farther up the page. Not sure if you'd consider this a bug or not, but I thought I'd leave it here in case anyone else stumbles onto the same issue.

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