I have a custom template, which I use for fancy_zoom image block(has occurred in more then this block) that appears site wide.
It has a link which is displayed, I wanted to remove this link but doing so disables my ability to edit the page in which this block template appears.
This has happened before, but I have only just tracked it down,
In order to get around this for now I am having to use if(isEditMode) to be able to get my page to be re-editable, I can then keep the link on the page but only display it within Edit mode not ideal but a solution
I am also able to make the changes, rename the template, and then use the new template without issues.
Its only after editing an existing template and then re-editing it.
The offending code is this example is
<a href="<?php echo $fileName;?>" rel="text-link" class="fancy-button enlarge-button" title="<?php echo $controller->altText; ?>">enlarge image</a>
I Kept thinking I had done something wrong but I should be able to remove a link from a template and still retain the ability to edit the site?
**By unable to edit the site I mean, when I highlight the divs in edit more, which are still dotted red, the div does not highlight with the grey overlay.
Links become clickable, images become zoomable.
Am I doing something wrong? or can anyone else confirm this is a bug?
I have done some more digging and as is always the case after posting, I think I have found the cause not being able to edit the page, but believe the bug still stands,
I have used the
\'transitionIn\' : \'elastic\',
\'transitionOut\' : \'elastic\',
\'speedIn\' : 600,
\'speedOut\' : 400,
\'titlePosition\' : \'inside\',
\'overlayShow\' : false
\'transitionIn\' : \'fade\',
\'transitionOut\' : \'fade\',
\'speedIn\' : 600,
\'speedOut\' : 200,
Its the call to a selector which no longer exists, which seems to trip up concrete, I either need the <a href class='fancy-button'>a</a> or I have to remove the jquery call