Hi people I built a site in Dreamwever CS5.5 and used a spry widget menu. It works great in firefox when I run it locally, but when I try to access a page from the online server it's rubbish. I've uploaded all of the JS files a couple of times and even copied some to multiple locations but still no joy. Any advice would be appreciated, the website is to promote a very noble cause. website is www.stopthetoad.com.au
This is the message that I get when I try to load SpryWidget.js
The requested URL /Spry-UI-1.7/includes/SpryWidget.js was not found on this server.
Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.
Have a look at the online Spry-IU-1.7/includes folder and re-upload the file.
Another possiblity is that SpryWidget.js was corrupted when uploading. Try another FTP client to upload same.
And get rid of those bloody toads!!!!
Thanks for your help, from the look of the previous posts on this forum
you may need to change your name to Altruistic Guru.
This is actually a site that my 14 years old daughter (Jessica) has put
together and I'm very proud of her for the effort that she is giving in
her own time without possibility of reward (other than having our native
species survive another generation).
Any further advice you can offer will go a long way towards getting
those feral toads out of our country.
We've upload all files via cuteftp, Dreamweaver and even manually 1 file
at a time!
But it still wont work. When we try to load a page we get a series of
messages such as
SpryMenu.js requires SpryWidget.js
SpryMenuBarKeyNavigationPlugin.js requires SpryMenu.js!
All of the files that the messages refer to have been uploaded several
times but we still get the messages.
The spry Ui-1.7 folder with all relevanr folders/files is in my
public_html folder on the server. Should I move all of the Spry folders
contents into the public_html folder or somewhere else?
I expected Dreamweaver to do all of this for her perfectly, we must have
gone wrong somewhere.
This is a screenshot of the cuteftp screen showing all of the files in
the public_html folder. You'll notice that I've copied some spry files
into this folder also (will this cause problems)
(on behalf of Jessica)
The file can now be found, but has been corrupted during upload. Try replacing (line 10 of the document)
This will work until Adobe pulls the plug.
PS thanks for the kind words and I'll keep my vocabulary to a PG status for your daughter's sake.