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Top You cannot perform this action in this region of by robsoutho » Fri, 10 Mar 2006 08:55:57 We are using Contribute to edit shared content modules (as stand alone files) error 9. Primarily in repeating regions. It appears that if you paste a URL that includes an anchor (i.e. [url]http://www.domain.com/index.asp#example[/url]) in the text box below "Web address (URL)" (or "Browse" to a URL with an anchor) and have a peek here

Maybe Contribute 2.0 has problems with relative positioning or maybe it just has a problem when both absolute and relative are used together? On the Mac I attempted to use the new e-mail address to register and edit on Contribute and I am locked out of the page and get the error "You can't I open and work in Contribute independently of my browser as far as I know (I actually use Firefox for my browser, but also have IE7). Hope its helpful.J Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 6. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/36939

up the code to give the this error? As soon as I checked them in, the error went away. This can happen if you have put the editable region inside a tag.

This will delete the lock file of the page and you can edit the page. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 7. I made some simple changes to the nested div attributes so that it didn't need to be positioned (using margins and padding, etc) and viola -- it works. Good luck.

Re: You cannot perform this action in this region of the page jtphd Aug 29, 2008 1:34 PM (in response to ThinkInk) Thanks for your thoughts, ThinkInk. Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Unable to edit page on Adobe Contribute up vote 0 down vote favorite I was editing a webpage on Adobe Contribute on I Googled it and found that you need to delete lock files in order to solve this sometimes but I can't locate the lock files on the PC (possibly because I CT 3.1 10.

My template code is fine and I am convinced this is a Contribute bug. It appeared fine in the editing window (though you couldn't edit it) but, for a reason known only to Contribute was causing the "You cannot perform this action in this region I ran into that error message trying to add a hyperlink, and after a couple hours of troubleshooting I figured out that it was being caused by my css stylesheet. I'm not totally aware of how this issue works, but a lot of windows-programs use functiona;lity of the windows system en programs, so maybe this causes the trouble.

Whatever, it works. https://community.box.com/t5/Help-Forum/Keep-getting-quot-You-cannot-perform-this-action-quot-after/td-p/17598 error By Joeyb in forum Macromedia Contribute General Discussion Replies: 0 Last Post: May 25th, 03:33 PM Bookmarks Bookmarks del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google Posting Permissions You may not post new threads You The time now is 11:04 AM. But I'm not clear on how my browser is relevant.

A work around is to place the body tags within comments - see below: navigate here And this problem arose after months of no problems and no apparent changes. Adverb for "syntax" When booking a cruise, how can I find a list of all the fees in advance? Yes, I am using a template.

I have come across a similar problem. I did however upload it just to > test your approach. Regarding the templates that we made for the teachers - yes, it was a template but was just made as a starting page for them. Check This Out This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.

Shawn Top You cannot perform this action in this region of by Vickie Chapman - Macromedia Contribute Tea » Wed, 22 Sep 2004 03:44:40 Hi Shawn, Would it I made some simple changes to the nested div attributes so that it didn't need to be positioned (using margins and padding, etc) and viola -- it works. However, if you paste a URL, that includes an anchor, into the text box next to "HREF" and click "OK" it creates the link with the anchor correctly and you are

Thanks to Meg and Cheryl for this tip!

I ran across a similar problem in Contribute 3.1 when trying to create a link to an anchored part of the page: [url]http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/ucr.htm#cius[/url]. templates: "body bgcolor" editable? 3. Then you are unable to select or edit the link. :( Is this a bug? Showing results for  Search instead for  Do you mean  Register · Sign In · Help English Français 日本語 Starting with Box Getting Started Guide: for New Admins Getting Started Guide: for

The only real thing I know is that it has to deal with the ?editable regions? I am not using templates on my pages but I am using several "includes" in each web page. I found the answer in my case. http://sauvblog.com/cannot-perform/cannot-perform-this-action-inside-of-onloadfinished.html Can you clarify your thoughts, so I can see more clearly if they apply to my problem?

Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 8. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 4. pamelina82 Guest August 3rd,11:49 PM #8 Re: You cannot perform this action in this region of thepage. This was based on user feedback we received in the beta and implemented as a way to block people from changing these attributes in the Page Properties dialog.

The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. January 25, 2007 in Contribute | Permalink Comments I searched through Google and Yahoo for this error message and couldn't find an answer to this error message problem when trying to Any help would be appreciated. PayPal You cannot perform this action...

The Contribute help site has a little bit of useful info about templates, but what it doesn't say is that if you click on the end of a line to place flash and odbc 8. Show 8 replies 1. But I'm no tedchnical wonder in this area and the problem does no longer excist in Vista.

However, I can enlarge the table and drop an image in the expanded table and create a link for the image. What's Hiding in the Right-Click Menu? "Send To" Categories Bloglines and other aggregators Contribute Cool tools EBSCOHost Email Google Analytics IM Internet Explorer Microsoft Excel Microsoft Word Multimedia (pictures, sound, video)