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Validation Errors

Thread began 11/02/2009 2:09 pm by bill173836 | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:23 pm by Jason Byrnes | 2144 views | 8 replies |

bill173836

Validation Errors

I've reinstalled VT several times and even have tried to fun it without any other extension turned on and I keep getting these error messages:

While executing onLoad in WAFV_Required_C.htm, a JavaScript error occured.

While executing onLoad in WAFV_AlertsErrors_C.htm, a JavaScript error occurred.

And the validation doesn't work.

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Office Guy-172461

Solving problems with Dreamweaver

Have you tried step 1:
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bill173836

Yes, I have tried that.

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Office Guy-172461

Found this thread that might help:
showthread.php?t=3686

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bill173836

I looked at this thread and it wasn't much help. It does appear that they are having at least a similar problem. I'm running on a Mac. I've tried using CSS Form Builder & Validation Toolkit and have the same problem with both.

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Office Guy-172461

What happened when you installed the new file?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

You cannot have both CSS Form Builder and validation Toolkit installed at the same time. You can only have one of them installed at a time. This error you are geting is specific to CSS form builder.

There is a known issue about it on the CSS form builder Download page in the known issues section.


you may also need to delete the Dreamweaver Cache file:
common_installation_issues.pdf

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bill173836

I currently only have the CSS Form Builder installed. I deleted the file and the problem persists.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Have you also seen the known issue on the CSS Form builder download page and placed the updated files in the proper locations?

The files in the Known Issue pack on the CSS Form builder Download page should fix the problem.

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