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Bootstrap Collapse does not work.

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Hello everyone!
I need a lot of help on an issue that I found to be simple, but I could not solve it.
I'm creating a site in dreamweaver that has two bootstrap components. One is an accordion and the other is a button group. Both work with the page located on my computer. But it does not work on the server, even with all pages linked and uploaded.
I do not know what to do. Help me, if you can.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Code validation errors might explain the problem.

Another possibility,  if your server is HTTPS (secure) and your assets are coming from non-HTTPS servers, browsers will block the non-secure content for security reasons.   It's best to avoid mixed content over secure servers.    Below is an online checker.

https://www.whynopadlock.com/

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Bootstrap Collapse does not work.

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Hello everyone!
I need a lot of help on an issue that I found to be simple, but I could not solve it.
I'm creating a site in dreamweaver that has two bootstrap components. One is an accordion and the other is a button group. Both work with the page located on my computer. But it does not work on the server, even with all pages linked and uploaded.
I do not know what to do. Help me, if you can.

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Correct answer by Nancy OShea | Adobe Community Professional

Code validation errors might explain the problem.

Another possibility,  if your server is HTTPS (secure) and your assets are coming from non-HTTPS servers, browsers will block the non-secure content for security reasons.   It's best to avoid mixed content over secure servers.    Below is an online checker.

https://www.whynopadlock.com/

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To me, this sounds like you have not uploaded the CSS and JS files, alternatively, these files have been uploaded to the wrong location.


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I agree with Ben. Sounds to me like you haven't uploaded the files to the remote server, or the path is wrong (make sure it doesn't say anything like C:\ or "Macintosh HD" in the path).

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This is a common issue for people who haven't defined a site before beginning the work on their project.  If a site hasn't been defined, then the src or href attributes typically begin with "file:///" in Windows (I don't know what it would be on a Mac.)  This path is accurate for the localhost,  but means nothing to the web server.  Check your code and see what all the src and href values are.

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Code validation errors might explain the problem.

Another possibility,  if your server is HTTPS (secure) and your assets are coming from non-HTTPS servers, browsers will block the non-secure content for security reasons.   It's best to avoid mixed content over secure servers.    Below is an online checker.

https://www.whynopadlock.com/

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