Responsive HTML 5 is not displaying the filter icon

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When I publish my help project to our server, the Filter icon doesn't load on the pages. If I click refresh, I can see the icon for a split second and then it goes away. Before publishing, when I do a preview locally, the output looks correct.

I saw the other post about some aspects of the page not loading for the Responsive HTML5 output but it doesn't seem to address my problem.

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Arshun Jacobs

Generally if looking at the output locally in the \!SSL!\ folder and it appears correct, but on the webserver it doesn't, it usually indicates that something didn't get transferred up to the webserver. Have you tried wiping the folders on the webserver & re-uploading?

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Responsive HTML 5 is not displaying the filter icon

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When I publish my help project to our server, the Filter icon doesn't load on the pages. If I click refresh, I can see the icon for a split second and then it goes away. Before publishing, when I do a preview locally, the output looks correct.

I saw the other post about some aspects of the page not loading for the Responsive HTML5 output but it doesn't seem to address my problem.

Thanks,

Arshun Jacobs

Generally if looking at the output locally in the \!SSL!\ folder and it appears correct, but on the webserver it doesn't, it usually indicates that something didn't get transferred up to the webserver. Have you tried wiping the folders on the webserver & re-uploading?

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Generally if looking at the output locally in the \!SSL!\ folder and it appears correct, but on the webserver it doesn't, it usually indicates that something didn't get transferred up to the webserver. Have you tried wiping the folders on the webserver & re-uploading?

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Jeff,

Thanks for the quick response. I'll try that and let you know if it works.

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Thanks Jeff. I think replacing the whole file as you suggested in combination with using the fix mentioned in another post regarding switching out the loadparentdata and loadprojdata solved this issue.

Thanks again!

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