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unable to view updated template

by  testa »  2011/06/07 20:40

I have setup tomcat on development mode conf/web.xml
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Re: unable to view updated template

by  testa »  2011/06/07 20:40

installed EE version, I am experiencing the same problem.

On some complex template pages, context edit menu to add content (i.e. box icon that you click to add / update content) does not show up in firefox, but it works on IE.

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Re: unable to view updated template

by  pap@commaro.com »  2011/06/07 20:40

Hello,

the cache problem seems to be the same issue as described in [url=http#58;//www

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Re: unable to view updated template

by  testa »  2011/06/07 20:40

I think the problem (firefox/IE) is caused by css conflict between jahia's and my css, if I don't use my css it works fine.

In one page I have jahia's update icon above a footer link. When I click on the update icon (jahia's box icon that displays fly out menu with 'update content, copy content, delete content'), the 'update content' link is right in front of the footer link, but when I click on the update content link, the footer link gets activated. It kinda looks like footer link is in the foreground and 'update content' link is in the background. I will post the image and stripped down html code soon.

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Re: unable to view updated template

by  pap@commaro.com »  2011/06/07 20:40

Hello,

in Firefox you could also use Firebug and then select the different areas on the HTML page and it will display the applied CSSes in a box bottom left on the screen and also show which ones overrule the default ones from Jahia. This may help finding out, which style is causing your problem.

For such cases it would perhaps be best to not only attach the plain HTML, but also the linked files (CSS). When saving the page with Firefox, it should save all the files belonging to the page.

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Benjamin

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