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Links adding an extra folder on Dreamweaver website.

Community Beginner ,
Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

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Hi Guys,

I am having an insane issue that I cannot resolve 😞

So, I go to the resorces page on the site:
https://ezrauk.org/pages/resources.html

Then click an item:

https://ezrauk.org/pages/teaching/NewBibleStudyCourse.html

Then from that page I click the resorces and it adds an extra folder path in the pathe:

https://ezrauk.org/pages/teaching/resources.html

The teaching should not be there and I have searched the site and cannot for the life of me find any reference to that link.

Take out 'teaching' and it goes to where it should be.
This is the code on all links going to resourses, it is in a template which seems to be correct:

<li class="nav-item"> <a class="nav-link" href="../resources.html">Resources <span class="sr-only">(current)</span></a></li>

 

The 'A Banner to the Nations' from the same page links all work OK with the same coding and tempolate!

 

Help!!

Regards,

Dave G

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Community Expert , Jan 18, 2021 Jan 18, 2021

I'm not seeing the same issue here. When I follow your directions, the path is the same as the first step.

 

I'm guessing you used to have that folder in an older version/rendition of the site?


It's likely a browser cache issue where it's holding onto some old info. Try clearing your browser cache, or using a browser you haven't visited he site with before, and see if it's working correctly there.


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I'm not seeing the same issue here. When I follow your directions, the path is the same as the first step.

 

I'm guessing you used to have that folder in an older version/rendition of the site?


It's likely a browser cache issue where it's holding onto some old info. Try clearing your browser cache, or using a browser you haven't visited he site with before, and see if it's working correctly there.


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Hi Jon,

Thanks, should have thought of that, yes it works fine in Chrome, will cleare the Edge Cache and see what happens to it then, 🙂

Regards,

Dave G.

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