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Re: [Gnump3d-users] Advanced theming not working?

From: Stan Mulder
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Advanced theming not working?
Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2006 22:07:32 -0400
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Marty Huntzberry wrote:
I want to add a simple 2 line direction at the top of all my pages that directs users to right click on the download link if they cannot download mp3 files. I created a simple html file called download.html and followed the Advanced Theming directions here:

Here's the file:

<FONT COLOR="#ff0000">
Having trouble downloading?  RIGHT click on the download link.<BR>
Select 'save as' and enter the mp3 file (i.e., file.mp3)

I insert this into the default theme index.html file using:

<!-- include="download.html" -->

If I clear my cookies in Firefox, I see these lines inserted on my first 
gnump3d page.  It doesn't show on other pages, and when I try to go back to the 
page with the inserted text then that text is gone.  What am I doing wrong?

It looks like you are inserting <html> and <head> tags a second time via including the download.html file. Those tags already exist in index.html, so putting them in a second time may be the reason you are getting those results. All you really need to add is your text message to download.html and then specify the include within the <body> tags of index.html. Leave the <html> and <head> tags out (of download.html).

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