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June 3, 2014 at 3:28 am #171628
Im currently coding and re-designing my uncles website.
I’ve created a slideshow, It works nice but there is one problem.
When I place it on the webpage I screws up the whole CSS of the other bits of code that have CSS on the page. It completely removes it. The jsfiddle link is:
The site im currently working on is http://www.vanlunenadvies.nl (a Dutch site)
Problem: Slideshow removes the other css on the page
Goal: Have the slideshow on my page + other codes that use css
Answers will be appreciated.
Greets ArieJune 3, 2014 at 4:00 am #171630
Have you checked DevTools/Firebug? There are four missing resources, two images, but also one
dummy.js). Maybe has to do with caching though: (
http://www.vanlunenadvies.nl/Cache/Head-D2F0A6325B06DFFEEE2A61F95B9D0DFE.css) … There should be a way in your CMS to delete the Cache files (it will rebuild itself).
Excluding possible causes in order to help bug fixing, by getting rid of errors in the HTML markup : recommended.June 3, 2014 at 5:37 am #171650
I figured out that the light.css was missing. There is only one problem, i’m not able to get into the root and other maps of the site. It has a editor program (i hate it) so that is why i cant place them. I tried using links but i cant find one for the result-light.css
I dont know what CMS is but i guess that i cant controll it either. Thats also why i cant controll those errors. Its like 90% pre-generated. I contacted the host and the creater of the program. He said that those errors where there on purpose and that there “was no other way” of programming the site.
I hope you can help me a little bit more now you know these details.June 3, 2014 at 6:15 am #171652
If you aren’t allowed to get into the root of the hosted site, (editor program?) don’t even know which CMS it’s running on, then maybe there’s something wrong with the whole setup.
I contacted the host and the creater of the program. He said that those errors where there on purpose and that there “was no other way” of programming the site.
That is what I call obstruction. Are these the same people who created this website?
I hope you can help me a little bit more now you know these details.
Cut of someone’s legs and then ask them to run a marathon. Not to depress you, but all the things you can try to do getting around these issues, may get you into more trouble.June 3, 2014 at 6:41 am #171654
I contacted them before i started editing the website.
Im allowed to put html code etc. on it. there is a little notepad+ like thing on the editor.June 3, 2014 at 7:37 am #171658
But what about that cached
CSSfile …, how work if you can’t control something like that? Sounds like maybe good enough conditions for quick fixes, but maybe not for more thorough development. Also when I do view source then on line 335, there is a new html document (the slideshow) inside the
body-tag, and it’s no
iFrame. This will not validate, and never work correctly across all browsers.
What you could do is insert only the part between
<div class="diy-slideshow"></div>, (maybe think about
scopedstyle-blocks, which isn’t really necessary, you can use a normal link to a stylesheet, or style-block in the
headof the existing document, just be specific enough).
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