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

From: Marty Huntzberry
Subject: Re: [Gnump3d-users] Advanced theming not working?
Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2006 23:07:31 -0400

Here's the first email:

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?


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On Mon, 10 Apr 2006 21:44:44 -0500
Aaron Brown <address@hidden> wrote:

> Marty Huntzberry wrote:
> > download.html is in the same directory as index.html.  I cleared all my 
> > cookies in Firefox and tried wget and then opened the index.html file in 
> > Firefox-the 2 lines of inserted text appeared.  They appear from my server 
> > using Firefox...but only on the first page.  I actually would like the 
> > lines to appear on pages where files are but every page is ok.  I've tried 
> > different web browsers to see if it's a caching issue.  IE and Dillo worked 
> > like Firefox and displayed the text only on the first page.  Opera would 
> > not display the text at all.
> I gather you're using download.html as an "include" file within another
> stock gnump3d web page.  What page exactly is download.html being
> included within?  I'm curious to know the filename and also which theme.
>  For example, I use the BlueBox theme, so the default page I see in
> gnump3d is:
>       /usr/share/gnump3d/BlueBox/index.html
> Next, could you copy into an email a snippet of that file so we can see
> how you're inserting your "include" line?  I'd like to see where you're
> putting the include line and how it fits with the rest of the page -
> that might help give a clue to the behavior you're getting.
>  - Aaron
> P.S. Sorry for the double message, Marty - I accidentally sent my reply
> just to you when I meant it to go to the list.
> -- 
> Aaron Brown :: address@hidden ::
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