When I save edited pages in the Site Editor (incontext editing), I get the message:
"There was a communication error with the server. Your internet connection may not be working or the server might not respond"
The one page site was created and uploaded from Dreamweaver with no problems.
Thanks for the help,
We'll need the URL for the site in order to investigate this further. If you don't want to provide it here publicly, please file a technical support case from your partner portal.
I was able to replicate that issue in Safari on Mac, but I can't seem to pinpoint the problem. Please submit a case with our support team on this issue and we'll have a good look into it and escalate to the dev team if necessary. You can supply this video http://screencast.com/t/QfE6rJAW with the case, together with the URL, types of browsers you have tested with and any other info that may be useful to us.
Awesome looking site BTW!
For whatever reason, after late yesterday, the Editor has been working fine. I found that it recognizes HTML "Sections" as editable regions which is convenient. It adds divs everywhere to the code where the Sections start.
Thanks for the support!
I'm wondering if it's things like this breaking it:
<p class="p"><span class="date"> July–Sept 2007–2011</span> <strong class="colorhead">Hewitt & Milne</strong></p>
See "–" and " ". These are those long dashes MS Word creates. Did you paste stuff from MS Word? See if you can replace these characters with a normal - as that may fix this problem you're having.
Weird... Please submit a case with support, Cam,and we'll get ICE expert to take a look into it. Please make sure you supply the platform and the browser you are using and also supply a screenshot of the area you are trying to edit. Plus a screenshot of any error messages you may be getting.
I just experienced this issue as well on a webBasics+ site which only has two pages. I tried making changes to content within a content holder (which was in the page template). I got this error using the latest Firefox & Chrome & IE9 on Windows 7.
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