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Getting Error using Insert Plugin

Thread began 7/30/2016 4:41 pm by SPT | Last modified 8/01/2016 1:28 pm by Ray Borduin | 192 views | 2 replies |

SPT

Getting Error using Insert Plugin

Hi Ray,
I still use cc2014 on a Win 7 machine.

I am now getting a popup whenever I insert a plugin. It is fixable but I have to hit OK on several popups that say the same thing. See 1st png for popup.

To fix code I go to head and remove &nbsp;<MM:EndLock> that it places after the echo code. Then page works fine.

Tried a reinstall and cache clean

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SPT

Also wanted to check if this is by design or systemic of the above problem.
See if I can explain.
I design areas of a webpage as separate single pages and then plugin them all in to form the page - all using the same style sheet - linked (SPT-Main.css)

I notice on the final parsed page that the style sheet from each of the separate pages "plugged in" are added several times to the head on the final page.
Like
<head>
<link href="/SPT-Css/SPT-Main.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<link href="/SPT-Css/SPT-Main.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
<link href="/SPT-Css/SPT-Main.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
</head>

I thought it used to strip out multiples like that.

This page is early development: (and may change over the next few days/hours)
http://godsofthemachine.com/mains-Desk-1.php

The actual head code is
<head>
<title>GOTM - Gods Of The Machine</title>
<?php echo((isset($WA_Ticker_1450199451723))?$WA_Ticker_1450199451723->Head:"") ?>
<?php echo((isset($WA_RWRRotate1_1450363383421))?$WA_RWRRotate1_1450363383421->Head:"") ?>
<?php echo((isset($WA_LowerBanner1_1451320837531))?$WA_LowerBanner1_1451320837531->Head:"") ?>
<?php echo((isset($WA_Social1_1466019348298))?$WA_Social1_1466019348298->Head:"") ?>
<?php echo((isset($WA_panelWarn_1469906805318))?$WA_panelWarn_1469906805318->Head:"") ?>
<?php echo((isset($WA_PanelDesk1_1469664404573))?$WA_PanelDesk1_1469664404573->Head:"") ?>
<?php include("SPT-Includes/AllHeaders.php"); ?>
</head>

Hope not too confusing.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You could probably just remove the echo statement line for all but one of the plugins so that the style sheet isn't repeated. Either that or remove the repeated style sheet from the plugin pages and just add it to the main page itself.

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