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Dreamweaver pop up menu behavior

Pat Nelson
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Joined: Mar 09, 2006
Posts: 4
I have made a page with pop up menus in dreamweaver. It works great when tested in my browser but after sending it to the server, the menus don't come up and there are errors that say that the link lines are expecting an object. The page is www.jdbmortgage.com/test2.htm. I know nothing about Java but I HAVE A BOOK! Thought this might be faster.
Ernest Friedman-Hill
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Hi Pat,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

The "Java" language -- the main topic of this site -- is primarily a server-side language. The "JavaScript" language -- what DreamWeaver deals in -- runs inside Web browsers. Besides the apparent similarity of their names, the two languages have nothing in common, so asking JavaScript question (which this is) in a Java forum (which this is) is off-topic.

We do have an area for JavaScript/HTML discussion here. I'm going to move this post over there; go find it and see what people have to say!


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Eric Pascarello
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Did you copy all of the files up to the server?

Eric
Pat Nelson
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Joined: Mar 09, 2006
Posts: 4
I guess I am not clear on that. I made the page, saved it, tested it then put it to the server. Is there more?

Patty
Eric Pascarello
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In the directory that you saved it, is there more files?

Eric
Pat Nelson
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Joined: Mar 09, 2006
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Since I was doing it as a test page, it is just in the main directory. Not in any sub directory.
 
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