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  • [CMS] Problem with Section Navigation in Firefox

    I have 4.0.2 installed. I am running into a problem with the section and subsections I have added. In Firefox, if I hover my mouse over a section title, I can see the url path that it should be going to (for example, http://www.domain.com/content.php?8). However, when I click on the section title, nothing happens. The url stays at http://www.domain.com/content.php and I only see what is published to my home page. Same thing happens with all of the sections. However, if I manually type in the path http://www.domain.com/content.php?8, then I see the appropriate section and everything starts working (including all other section links). But then if I click on the Home page link, everything breaks again and I cannot navigate to any section. I am running Firefox 3.5.8.

    I do not have any of these issues in IE8. Everything working normally there. So right now, none of my users that use Firefox can navigate CMS.

  • #2
    What type of friendly URLs are you using and do you have any sort of htaccess redirection going on? SEO?

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    • #3
      I am using Basic Friendly urls, no htaccess redirection, and no SEO.

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      • #4
        Do you have a link we can view this at? Sorry, I'm about to take off for a few hours, but if you post one I can check it later - or put in a support ticket and they may get to it before I get back.

        Please don't PM or VM me for support - I only help out in the threads.
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        • #5
          I sent you a PM. Thanks Lynne for looking into it!

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          • #6
            Lynne, I'm having the same problems as described:
            Originally posted by CyberSultan View Post
            I have 4.0.2 installed. I am running into a problem with the section and subsections I have added. In Firefox, if I hover my mouse over a section title, I can see the url path that it should be going to (for example, http://www.domain.com/content.php?8). However, when I click on the section title, nothing happens. The url stays at http://www.domain.com/content.php and I only see what is published to my home page. Same thing happens with all of the sections. However, if I manually type in the path http://www.domain.com/content.php?8, then I see the appropriate section and everything starts working (including all other section links). But then if I click on the Home page link, everything breaks again and I cannot navigate to any section. I am running Firefox 3.5.8.

            I do not have any of these issues in IE8. Everything working normally there. So right now, none of my users that use Firefox can navigate CMS.
            Is there a way to add something like target = "_self" to force the browser to open the category nav?
            Any other idea?

            BTW the section/category switch works okay if Javascript in Firefox settings is set to 'disabled'.

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            • #7
              Why don't you post exactly what your problem is (better yet, start your own thread about it) because I very much doubt it is exactly the same problem. His issue had to do with a fix for line breaks not showing in his articles causing problems.

              Please don't PM or VM me for support - I only help out in the threads.
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              • #8
                Thanks! Will do....

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