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24 October 2010 at 12:45am Last edited: 24 October 2010 1:04am
I've added a map (OpenLayers) in one of the CMS templates to let the page editors put markers in geographic locations.
However, I've got a problem: As I switch between subpages in the CMS, the map won't load. It requires a full page reload (F5 in browser) to make the map show up. Which, I guess, is to be expected, as subpage navigation is executed dynamically in AJAX, right?
So my question is: where do I hook up my JS map initialization function so that it is called each time a CMS subpage containing a map is loaded?
24 October 2010 at 1:35am
I'd need to see a working example (i.e. some code) to see what is going wrong, I can say that when I did this with google maps api I never had any issues - except learning the API - maps displayed as required with no issues.
24 October 2010 at 3:16am Last edited: 24 October 2010 3:22am
Actually, let's forget about maps for a second. Let's talk about putting any JS code in a subpage template. (And when I say "subpage", I mean CMS subpage for editing pieces of content, of course, and not the public-facing website.) Like literally alert("ok"). Does it pop up each time you switch between subpages? Because it doesn't seem to be doing that for me.
24 October 2010 at 3:22am
By Sub page you mean it appears in a the second level navigation? I wouldn't have expected the unexpected there - as much as if it is in an included template...
within the template...
within the page init...
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