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A well-formed library item cannot have a behavior *in* it. It can reference
a behavior with a call to it, e.g.,
but it cannot actually CONTAIN a behavior. Why? Because that would mean
that it would have to have <html>, <head>, and <body> tags and Library items
just cannot contain those. Why? Because since a Library item is inserted
into another page, if it contained those tags, they would then be duplicated
on the other page.
So - your Library item is not well formed, i.e., it's broken.
> buttons all have pop-up menus
> and I am trying to edit them.
This is the worst possible situation. You have a broken Library item, and it
contains an even more broken menu system. Is it too late to reconsider
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"TiffanyAdTrends" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I currently have a header as a library item. The buttons all have pop-up
> and I am trying to edit them. I used the help through Dreamweaver and it
> to open a page that contains the library item and detach it - make the
> then re-save the library sections. I tried that and when I click on the
> Pop-up Menu" on the behavior tab I get the following error message:
> While executing inspectBehavior in Show Pop-up Menu.htm, the followinf
> At line 492 of file "C:\Program Files\Macromedia\Dreamweaver
> 8\Configuration\Behaviors\Actions\Show Pop-up Menu.js"; TypeError :
> T.update is
> not a function
> Can anyone help with this? What does it mean?