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DHTML Menu and Uhsop Problem

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Programmer Tips
Nov-18-17 03:31 AM EST
Original Message
DHTML Menu and Uhsop Problem
Author Deroy on 07-07-2002 at 06:13 (EST)
I'm using a DHTML menu for a client which works perfectly with Ushop UNTIL I beging the order processing.

This is where the menu stops working, the order processing files are obviously in directories in the cgi-bin, i've put the menu files in this directory with the files but it still does not work. None of the dropdowns are working.

I've tried changing the paths in the ushop.pl so that the creditcard template etc. are not being called from the cgi bin but from the main directory but this is still not working.

Any ideas how I can solve the problem?
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  RE: DHTML Menu and Uhsop Problem Bill Weiner, 2002-07-09 04:24:25 (1)

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         1. RE: DHTML Menu and Uhsop Problem
        Author Bill Weiner on 07-09-2002 at 04:24 (EST)
Yes, the order_template.html and creditcard_template.html files are output from the uShop CGI script... therefore any references to images or other embedded objects that you put on those pages usually would have to use the FULL URL. So depending on how your menu works, you may have to reference it via FULL URLs instead of relative URLs.

Otherwise, give me the URL of your store and I'll take a look at if for you.
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