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Uploading problems - Object not found

Uploading problems - Object not found

Uploading problems - Object not found

My problem is that although my fireworks pop up menus work in the html
editor I'm using and in Dreamweaver - they don't work once uploaded to
the server. The uploaded file throws Object not found errors, and I am
not sure why. All my files relating to the pop up menus are in the
same directory as the html file - this includes all the gifs and the
.js file.  For efficiency, I have also moved the fwLoadMenus() method
into the .js file - but I had problems even before I did this. The
only way I can get the pop up menus to work is to include the entire
.js file within the html file, which is obviously not desirable. I am
sure my problem is basic, but I can't work it out. I think I am
referencing the .js file correctly from within my page, but I would
appreciate someone taking a look for me...

I've been struggling with this problem for a long time, please help!

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RE: Uploading problems - Object not found

saw a problem like it once. Leave out the language argument from the script tag. Don't know why it works.

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