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    Default Advanced Error Handling, Custom Templates & Dreamweaver Templates

    Hi Folks,

    I'm new at this as of today, but the script is great. I managed to get the advanced error handler conifgured to a custom template, but I am having problems getting the linked .css and image files to stay connected to the template when the page comes up. It has something to do with the way FormMail grabs the template as if you directly link to the template there are no issues. It appears that somehow the path is changed during the php grab.

    Is anyone able to shed some light on this one? The links to the pages are below.

    Click the following link to go to the form page - then just click submit
    http://passat.websitewelcome.com/~ww.../catering.html

    Click the following link to see how it should look without the form information:
    http://passat.websitewelcome.com/~ww...orm_error.html

    Any help is appreciated.

    wiL

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    Default Re: Advanced Error Handling, Custom Templates & Dreamweaver Templates

    Hi,

    You're using a relative url.

    Use the full path for your stylesheets in your templates. Example:

    Code:
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="http://passat.websitewelcome.com/~wwwhama/morris_street/layout.css">
    ginger

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    Default Re: Advanced Error Handling, Custom Templates & Dreamweaver Templates

    Hi Ginger

    I figured it was something to that regard, but it still gives me issues.

    I can use relative linking to the stylesheets, and the template image graphics, but the menu is not as easy as it is a DHTML menu created from a Dreamweaver plugin. I haven't figured out how to link it properly yet. It comes up, but plain text links, no formatting and no dropdowns. I'll post another version for you to check out a little later.

    Thanks for the reply.

    wiL

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    Default Re: Advanced Error Handling, Custom Templates & Dreamweaver Templates

    Again, don't use relative url's. (Meaning relative to the current url.)

    Use the full url (http://www.yourdomain.com/path-to-yo...javscript-file) for images, css files and javascript/dhtml files.


    ginger
    Last edited by ginger23; 15-Jul-2008 at 08:23 AM.

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    Default Re: Advanced Error Handling, Custom Templates & Dreamweaver Templates

    Thanks Ginger, I have it working now, just kinda sucks that I can't have it quickly updateable by the dreamweaver template.

    I disconnected it from the template and used the full path links for each item as you said within that page. Everything seems to be working now.

    I appreciate the help.

    wiL

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