decloak logo
Cart cart | sign out  
Template and Menu Hot Sauce
MainFeaturesFLASH MoviesFAQCustomersOverview ONDownloadsBuy

1. Support Home
2. Common Error Messages
3. Useful Upgrade Tips
4. URL Path Confusion
5. Setting Keyboard
6. Sending Error Messages
7. Find And Replace Tips
8. RollOver Problems
9. Layout vs Standard View
10. Site Definitions
11. Editing Vertical
      Tree Menus
12. Recreate Site List
13. Update Site...
14. Web Page Width
15. Designing for
      Search Engines
16. Adjusting Tree
      Menu Margins
17. Set Focus On
      Text Box
18. Rename Folder
19. Dynamic Page
20. No Valid
      Editable Region
21. No Super
22. Initialize Folder
23. Initialize Combo Tree
24. Tree Line
25. UnBalanced
      Editable Regions
26. Foreign Language
      & Special Characters
27. Adjust Row Menu Height of
      Vertical Tree Menu Items

    Un-Balanced Editable Region Tags  

Sometimes when using a template that is not part of the Template and Menu Hot Sauce system or from on of the demo website samples, the template can have an incorrect format and/or get corrupted somehow along the way.

One way your templates can have an incorrect template syntax is by having an uneven number of Opening and Closing Template Editable Region Tags. This is like having too many left parenthesis and not enough right parenthesis.

For each and every one of the templates in the Templates folder, open them up and run the commmand,

     Modify --> Templates - Check Template Syntax
Modify --> Templates --> Check Template Syntax
This could determine if the template has some extra closing or opening tags that it should not be having. If you do have some, you must fix it by deleting any extra ones and Check the Template Syntax again before proceeding.

A GOOD and CORRECT TEMPLATE will produce this type of message.

Message Box: Template Syntax is correct

So just follow the steps above and if you have any questions or problems, please do contact customer support.

terms of use | privacy policy
copyright © 2003 - decloak, inc. all rights reserved