While activating (publishing) pages in the new website, I didn’t activate the template, components, and style folders.And, I got a blank screen without any content. Content in the Live CQ pages checks for the corresponding JSP page to render the content. If these pages are not activated, the page won’t display anything. Activating a page can be done in the Website tab of the Siteadmin. However, to activate templates, components, and so on, go to the Tools tab. Then, select Replication in the left-side pane and double-click Activate Tree. Search for the node that you want to activate. For example, if you want to activate a component, go to the apps folder and then select the corresponding folder and activate all components in which you added the content.
New components in the sidekick were not enabled explicitly. And, in the sidekick menu, I couldn’t see the components that I created when I was in the Edit mode.Create a page that uses the template that you created. Click the Design icon in the sidekick. The Design of Par tab appears. Select the Edit button. The Allowed Components list displays the components that you created. Select the components to display in the Edit mode.
Sidekick is not enabled because of the script errors in newly created components.You can figure out if it’s an issue with the component by creating a new folder in the apps directory and then drag and drop the newly created components to it. Do it one-by-one while checking the authoring page to see the sidekick.
I developed a script that can be used as a document checklist for a FrameMaker 10 book. You can add questions such as, “Have you updated variables?” Running the script captures the question and the answer to a .txt file. See the comments in the script to know more details.
Flash Player does not work if ActiveX filtering is enabled on Internet Explorer 9. When you visit sites that have Flash content, “You need to upgrade your Flash Player to watch this video” error appears. To disable ActiveX filtering, click Tools > Safety > ActiveX Filtering as shown below:
I see many comments from users about the Flash Player version they installed and the most updated version available from Adobe. The latest version of Flash Player is 11,0,1,152.
I have developed a Flash movie to help you. If you have Flash Player installed, it shows the Flash Player version installed on your machine and your operating system. It also displays a link to the Flash Player uninstaller for your operating system. Means, if you are on Mac, the link will point to the uninstaller for Mac.
Note that if you don’t have Flash Player installed, you see “plug-in not found” error.
Compare the version available in your machine and the latest version. If needed, uninstall the existing version and get the latest installer from Adobe.
I found many comments from users that Flash Player is not getting downloaded on this OS-browser combination. Please note that the Download window in Safari is invisible till you click the Download icon on the top-left side.