3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 2, 2007 4:39 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Fix a broken link

    redzebra2006
      Hi

      Can anyone help?

      I have created a drop down menu in fireworks some time ago for a client and no longer have the original png file. I need to fix a broken link in a drop down menu on the site www.eversfield.co.uk

      Under curriculum and dance - this takes you to the drama site by mistake.

      I have changed the link in the associated HTML coding but this appears to have made absolutely no difference to where the link navigates to.

      Anyone provide any thoughts?

      Graham
        • 1. Re: Fix a broken link
          Level 7
          It takes me to the Art & Design Technology page, is that wrong?, have you
          cleared your cache and reloaded the page?

          Peter
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          "redzebra2006" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:epv4c1$ss3$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          | Hi
          |
          | Can anyone help?
          |
          | I have created a drop down menu in fireworks some time ago for a client
          and no
          | longer have the original png file. I need to fix a broken link in a drop
          down
          | menu on the site www.eversfield.co.uk
          |
          | Under curriculum and dance - this takes you to the drama site by mistake.
          |
          | I have changed the link in the associated HTML coding but this appears to
          have
          | made absolutely no difference to where the link navigates to.
          |
          | Anyone provide any thoughts?
          |
          | Graham
          |


          • 2. Re: Fix a broken link
            Level 7
            Graham, after a quick inspection of the code, I notice that page points to
            /curriculium_drama.html, is there a /curriculium_dance.html page?

            Peter
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            "PJR" <flash@SLICEreclusivebillionaire.com> wrote in message
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            | It takes me to the Art & Design Technology page, is that wrong?, have you
            | cleared your cache and reloaded the page?
            |
            | Peter
            | ____________________
            | "redzebra2006" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
            | news:epv4c1$ss3$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            || Hi
            ||
            || Can anyone help?
            ||
            || I have created a drop down menu in fireworks some time ago for a client
            | and no
            || longer have the original png file. I need to fix a broken link in a drop
            | down
            || menu on the site www.eversfield.co.uk
            ||
            || Under curriculum and dance - this takes you to the drama site by mistake.
            ||
            || I have changed the link in the associated HTML coding but this appears to
            | have
            || made absolutely no difference to where the link navigates to.
            ||
            || Anyone provide any thoughts?
            ||
            || Graham
            ||
            |
            |


            • 3. Re: Fix a broken link
              Level 7
              You have a spelling error fouling up the works... "curriculium" instead of
              "curriculum"

              --
              Jo


              "redzebra2006" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
              news:epv4c1$ss3$1@forums.macromedia.com...
              > Hi
              >
              > Can anyone help?
              >
              > I have created a drop down menu in fireworks some time ago for a client
              > and no
              > longer have the original png file. I need to fix a broken link in a drop
              > down
              > menu on the site www.eversfield.co.uk
              >
              > Under curriculum and dance - this takes you to the drama site by mistake.
              >
              > I have changed the link in the associated HTML coding but this appears to
              > have
              > made absolutely no difference to where the link navigates to.
              >
              > Anyone provide any thoughts?
              >
              > Graham
              >