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Ebook Navigation

rdlynch With my e-book I keep all the pages stored on my server because I have to update them about once a month to provide for new content.

I currently use php for these pages and the navigation is contained in one file and is included on the page using the php include tag.

Every time I access these pages though I get a microsoft script error message.

Am I doing something wrong?

(Edited by rdlynch at 5:42 pm on July 24, 2004)

Posted on: 11:12 pm on July 22, 2004
Storyman Not knowing everything that is loading and the calls being made it is difficult to trouble shoot. Heck, even with all of the information it's still difficult.

This may or may not help, but it is a good place to start.

Since you are using includes are you caching the pages before displaying? Also, be sure to flush memory after the page is loaded or you can create a load on the user's RAM.

Posted on: 4:33 am on July 27, 2004
Alaska Do the pages work when viewed without the ebook?

 If so, how are you calling or displaying the online pages within the ebook?

Posted on: 5:31 am on July 27, 2004
rdlynch I use the include calls for the navigation, and it works fine when I view them through IE 6.0.

In the ebook I just have a link going directly to the directory on the web server.

No frames or anything.

Posted on: 11:41 pm on July 27, 2004
Alaska rd -

 Hard to know without seing the syntax you're using; have you tried using absolute references, rather than relative?  

In other words, spelling out the full URL, rather than
just a directory path?

If that doesn't work, maybe you could provide us with a snip of code or a file to test.  (more input, please...)

best -

Posted on: 12:40 am on July 28, 2004

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