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Web design, Javascript, and Frontpage 2003

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by markeydsl, Feb 27, 2013.

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  1. markeydsl

    markeydsl Banned Thread Starter

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    I am trying to insert some code to add "like" facebook buttons, and Twitter Tweet buttons to my website. my HTML editor is Frontpage 2003. The button are a java script in the case of twitter, and a javascrpt SDK for facebook. I have copied the code as you would suspect and as instructed by facebook and twitter, the twitter "tweet button" appears as a link only, which will work since it has the functionality required, but the Facebook buttons are not even appearing as a link. I have tried the HTML5 code as well as the XFBML code that is produced automatically by face book and neither of these seem to produce the effect of creating a button that functions. after adding the code to frontpage nothing happens (code includeds, Java script and HTML) there are no buttons,

    if someone could help me with this I would really appriciate it. Also if you would like to see more information, please let me know what you would like to see and I can copy it for you.
     
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    markeydsl Banned Thread Starter

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    in-fact, above there are some links that operate just like I want for facebook and twitter, I just can't get them to work. Also would like to add that I am only viewing this from my computer, I have not yet published the updated website. Do I need to publish the website to see the script in action? or should I be able to test it from the browser?
     
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    If you could show us the relevant code we'll be able to help I'm sure...
     
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