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v1.11.00 admin icons

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The 2 admin icons (edit album and reorder images) do not render if site is a child portal, it is putting the directory name in twice of the img src:
 
.attr('src', '/mydomain.com/mydomain.com/icons/sigma/Edit_16x16_Standard.png')
.attr('src', '/mydomain.com/mydomain.com/icons/sigma/Synchronize_16x16_Standard.png')
 
This is also true for any apps not installed to the website root and are using an AppDirectory name after the site domain name.
 
Previous IssueTracker item: http://wnslightbox.codeplex.com/workitem/6704

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hismightiness wrote Apr 3, 2012 at 2:47 PM

Nice catch... Though, I thought this was already addressed in a previous release. I will have another release soon that will look at this.

wrote Apr 3, 2012 at 2:48 PM

hismightiness wrote Apr 6, 2012 at 4:54 AM

I cannot reproduce this issue. Are you able to duplicate this in multiple web browsers? Have you cleared cache?

hismightiness wrote Apr 6, 2012 at 5:03 AM

I've tried with both a plain child site, as well as a localized child site. http://screencast.com/t/6SAs9Ejt

lwbrown wrote Apr 6, 2012 at 1:18 PM

Have cleared cache at the browser level as well as at the app level. Have tried IE, Chrome, Firefox and Safari on Win7.

Another view source example of the runtime code, an app with 'Web' as the app directory name (not a child site, as DNN resides in this folder and the domain is mapped to it in IIS):
    jQuery('.EditImage')
        .attr('src', '/web/web/icons/sigma/Edit_16x16_Standard.png')
        .attr('align', 'left');
Note how 'web' is outputted twice in the img src.

Now this is not a big deal if admins are using a gecko browser, as the 2 icons will display the alt/title text in lieu of those ugly broken image X's that IE displays :-)

lwbrown wrote Apr 6, 2012 at 1:21 PM

Have cleared cache at the browser level as well as at the app level. Have tried IE, Chrome, Firefox and Safari on Win7.

Another view source example of the runtime code, an app with 'Web' as the app directory name (not a child site, as DNN resides in this folder and the domain is mapped to it in IIS):
    jQuery('.EditImage')
        .attr('src', '/web/web/icons/sigma/Edit_16x16_Standard.png')
        .attr('align', 'left');
Note how 'web' is outputted twice in the img src.

Now this is not a big deal if admins are using a gecko browser, as the 2 icons will display the alt/title text in lieu of those ugly "broken image X's" that IE displays :-)

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