I updated my DW CS5.5 couple days ago. Since then - all my rollovers and spry menus (which is my main menu) stopped working in IE. My version now (after update) is Version 11.5 Build 5366. Can you help me to get to previous version? Everything there worked fine.
I tried the same site on DW CS4 and works well in it too. Which makes me think it is update version issue.
I am very new to DW and need really detailed instructions ;-).
Thanks ahead fot your input
I assure you if your menus stopped working in IE it's not because your software was updated. It's because your code is messed up.
Start by validating your HTML code and fix reported errors. Invalid code causes 98% of browser rendering problems.
If that doesn't fix the problem, upload your page & dependant files to your remote server. Post the URL here so we can take a look at it.
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Thanks Nancy, for your prompt response.
My rollovers are not working also and there were no mistakes found by validator.
Unfortunately I still don't have remote server set so I cannot post you URL. Only thing I can do is put the files into Dropbox and post the link there. Would that be possible?
I know I am just dummy but I am trying
Here is the Dropbox link to the website files in case you will have chance to look at it.
To diagnose problems we need to see the whole enchilada on a web server.
If you don't have permanent hosting yet (and you should), then get a temporary web space somewhere to use for testing & debugging purposes.
Many ISPs offer free web hosting as part of their package.
This one is free:
Ok Nancy, I am in process to get the testing site.
But here is my thought: I tried just insert Spry elements into plain, new HTML page. No code done by me, except the one generated by DW. And no lack - don't work - either of them. And on top of it I realised I am not able to connect to Adobe Browser Lab - doesn't recognize my Adobe ID. But before updating I had no problem. I still can connect from the wbsite.
I really think logically that it has to be the update. Is any chance to get one step back to previous version?
Forum members are not accustomed to downloading files from Dropbox (or elsewhere) to study your code.
It's much quicker and easier for everyone if you upload your files to a live website and post a link so we can view it in our browsers.
We can then use browser based tools such as Firebug to quickly diagnose issues.
By making it a simple convenient mouseclick away for everyone, your issue gets maximum exposure and usually gets more responses from other people.