[Pro] Navigation bar action and webyep clash

Does any one know why the navigation bar action adds an empty src=“” reference… unfortuantly it seems to clash with the webyep gallery
What it looks like, is that the browser is trying to fetch this over and over because the URL is I suppose wrongly given as an empty string. I know the page still validates but I am getting an error with this and the boys at OBD have confirmed this is source of the problem. The complete line I am talking about is:

  <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

Unfortunately this is stopping the webyep gallery code form deleting images… Any one have a thought or a reason why the above script is written in this way?

cheers max


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Hi Max,
It looks like a bug in the action. If you don’t use the menu option
then the action still writes the script tag but just doesn’t have
anything to populate the src attribute with.
If you need to move forward with the gallery action before this is
fixed I would suggest having your action hunt for orphaned script tags
like this and delete them. Just make sure you are doing so late in the
publishing process to prevent issues with other actions.
Regards,
Tim.

On 13 Oct 2009, at 10:32, max wrote:

Does any one know why the navigation bar action adds an empty
src=“” reference… unfortuantly it seems to clash with the webyep
gallery
What it looks like, is that the browser is trying to fetch this over
and over because the URL is I suppose wrongly given as an empty
string. I know the page still validates but I am getting an error
with this and the boys at OBD have confirmed this is source of the
problem. The complete line I am talking about is:

 <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

Unfortunately this is stopping the webyep gallery code form deleting
images… Any one have a thought or a reason why the above script is
written in this way?

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cheers Tim
Thats what I will do cheers :o)
max


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