I’m a little stumped. If you look at my blog (http://anson-s.blogspot.com/ you will notice that off to the right, I have some pull-outs that trigger an html item with the show/hide target action applied. However, if you click on the “X” button at the top right of the html item, which has the “hide slaves” action applied, instead of just hiding the layer it takes you to where I have uploaded the files for the template.
It’s a side-effect of how the page is coded (possibly because you used the Blogger Action). There’s a base tag in the page, set to the full URL of the template, probably to get the images you uploaded along with the template to work correctly. Unfortunately, the click to close button has a single # as the href attribute, and so that is getting tacked on to the end of the base href (as is normal) and the full URL is used.
One thing you can try is the following. Click once on your (x) graphic so its handles are showing, and use the Hyperlink dialog to apply a link to it. Use the External tab, and type in the following exactly:
Do this on each of your (x) graphics. What this will do is override the # link that the Action adds to any element it is applied to that doesn’t already have a link attached to it. It’s a no-op link – it shouldn’t do anything at all, which is fine.
On Sep 27, 2012, at 12:31 AM, Caleb G wrote:
Not to be a nuisance, but does anybody know what this is about?