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#33530 (In Topic #7567)

Community saint

 I have a strange problem with one of my sites.

I use a couple of HTML pages on my site with bgimages. These bg images are now appearing on my 'site' section of OCP for some bizarre reason, visible around the edges and below the L & R side panels/main body. When I use the 'news' or 'edit page' in this zone the image appears in the back of the WYSIWYG editor. It is obviously a zone thing, but I am a bit surprised that OCP picked it up from somewhere as I certainly didn't add it it (I wouldn't know how:P). When I go to add news from the 'admin' zone, the image is not there, nor does it appear in any comcode on any other sections (that I have found - I have added no new pages to any other zones yet).

The HTML pages with the BG images were there BEFORE I installed OCP. Most bizarrely of all, OCP is in a subdomain of the main site and no other HTML has been added into that subdomain, so it has me completely flummoxed. Any idea how to remove it??


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Is it possible that there's an HTML frames page in your site directory, that is wrapping up site/index.php in a frame?
If not, please post a link, or start a support ticket with a link - or post the HTML of a page with it between Comcode 'codebox' tags.

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