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  • jandayanan
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    Template breaks in child pages Link to this post

    Good day!

    I'm currently experiencing a problem out of nowhere. The child pages of my site are broken and doesn't generate the required css/js files in the head tag. But on the parent or base classes, the problems are not present. Also tried flush=1 and flush=all to almost every page I could. The page displays as if it only detects a single .ss file.

    Hope you can help me with this.

    Cheers!

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  • Willr
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    Re: Template breaks in child pages Link to this post

    Strange? Could you try resaving the page in the CMS as a basic page and checking the template. What template does it use on the sub page?

  • Willr
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    Re: Template breaks in child pages Link to this post

    Strange? Could you try resaving the page in the CMS as a basic page and checking the template. What template does it use on the sub page?

  • Webdoc
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    Re: Template breaks in child pages Link to this post

    If Im not wrong it is so because your templates are in diffrent encoding one is utf-8 other is ansi or something like this use notepad++ to encode them to same.

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