Forum: Radiant CMS JavaScript error in the admin interface

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Adam Craven (Guest)
on 2007-01-20 19:17
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Got a slight problem. It doesn't break Radiant but we're trying to
the use of RadiantCMS for our clients and the error causes difficulties.

When I edit a page in the admin interface and click the javascript
button to reach the slug/breadcrumb.

I'm hit, figuratively, with this:

URL bar reads: javascript:Element.toggle('extended-metadata',
'more-extended-metadata', 'less-extended-metadata')

Page opens up with this: [object HTMLDivElement].

If I click the back button, I return to the previous page and the slug
open. So I can still edit the slug.

Any ideas what's going on?

Kind regards,

Adam Craven
Sean C. (Guest)
on 2007-01-20 19:20
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This has been fixed in the mental branch.  We could merge the change
back to trunk if necessary, or you can use the mental branch.

Adam Craven (Guest)
on 2007-01-20 19:31
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Thanks Sean,

For clients it would be better to have the most stable version. If the
back to trunk is a small and painless one, I'd appreciate that very

Jamie W. (Guest)
on 2007-01-20 20:40
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I do not remember the exact file, but the necessary change is as
simple as making 'a href="javascript:someFunction()..." into 'a
href="#" onclick="someFunction()". There is a patch available on Trac
if you look around.
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