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Plugin not Showing in a Framework Page

Thread began 2/12/2018 4:39 pm by Mike Perry | Last modified 2/13/2018 12:46 pm by Ray Borduin | 55 views | 6 replies |

Mike Perry

Plugin not Showing in a Framework Page

DW CS6, Latest WA extensions, Windows 10 (current).

Framework page displays fine. Template file has a FW plugin (a top navigation php file) that displays properly. The second FW plugin in he FW page is a side nav php file. I can see it in the preview in DW; when I go to live code it disappears, and the placeholder text displays.

I can remove the top nav from the template and insert it into the FW page and the same thing happens.

I tried switching PHP versions in Wampserver to 5.6.1.31; no joy.

If I insert the two navs php fils via Framework Builder Plugin into a new page from the template they display fine. If I just have the side nav php inserted via Plugin with the Framework page it does not display. So it appears to be a conflict between the Framework page code and the side nav php file.

All php nav files were created with CSS Menu Writer

Thanks,

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I'd need a url and FTP access to debug this.

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Mike Perry

See PM

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That ftp information doesn't seem to work for me. Please test and make sure there are no typos or additional configuration settings I might need.

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Mike Perry

typo -- correction in PM

ETA: Neither nav is showing online -- and there is an extraneous </div> after the UserMainNav div. . .

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You have the usermainnav.php plugin on both the page and the template. That was causing conflicts.

The larger issue was in your template. You had:
<!--TemplateBeginEditable name="sideNav" -->

as small as it may seem it has to be:
<!-- TemplateBeginEditable name="sideNav" -->

The missing space in the template editable region declaration was causing it to not be found.

I've corrected both issues, so you can see your page is working now.

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Mike Perry

Got it -- thanks a bunch Ray!!!

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