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Footer build 015

Thread began 1/27/2010 2:04 pm by Office Guy-172461 | Last modified 1/27/2010 5:34 pm by Office Guy-172461 | 308 views | 5 replies |

Office Guy-172461

Footer build 015

There seems to be a mix up in the /Admin/contents_results.php page.

In the Main Template:
Content Area: Footer
The links point to the Admin folder (all 404s)

In the Admin Template:
Content Area: Footer
The first link points to the Admin folder while the rest point to the root.

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Matthew Meling

I see you're still using that eagle vision of yours, OG

We are going to fix this issue post haste. Thanks for letting us know about it.

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Matthew Meling

Justin Nemeth just got back to me on this issue, and he states, "that is just a side effect of viewing them in the CMS. If you look at the footer itself it works fine. Since the links are relative there are going to be issues look at it in the admin."

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Office Guy-172461

Yes but they are not consistent and seem to be backwards.

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Justin Nemeth

If you look at the footer in the actual front end and back end pages, they should be correct. If you look in the CMS, its rendering the footer html but not in the context of a real page. Since those areas use links like ../faq.php and home.php, that is why they appear off. The only other way to do it would be to use absolute links for those sections, but I elected to go with relative links since they were more flexible.

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Office Guy-172461

Understood.

I'm wondering why the Admin shows up in the Main and the Main shows up in the Admin. (except the first link)

Might be better to just eliminate one set because it's very confusing the way it is now.

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