RE: Post #13
More specifically, it is the relative path to the fallback banner image that is buggy. RW7 is not including an extra …/ in the relative path on the individual blog pages - so it breaks the image path.
@jbob The same issue is occurring in every theme, not just mine. So changing themes isn’t going to fix the problem for you. The difference is that some themes apply RW banners as CSS backgrounds, whereas others use image tags. It’s only in themes using image tags that the missing image is most noticeable. But the fallback image will still be missing in themes that apply RW banners as CSS backgrounds, if you check the browser console. Either way, broken paths and missing images is no good to anyone!
@dan The bug remains really easy to replicate. Here are the replicable steps again:
(1) Create a new project file in RapidWeaver. Apply the Realmac Offroad theme.
(2) Add a new blog page. Create a blog entry that has both body and summary text
(3) In the sidebar, add the following:
(4) Export the website and open it in your web browser.
Now note that both images are present on the main blog page, in the righthand side sidebar:
But when you click onto your individual blog entry page, one of the fallback image vanishes and is replaced with the ‘broken image’ icon.
The expected behaviour is quite simply that both fallback banner images should still be visible on the individual blog entry page. However the path for the %banner_path% macro is wrong, and therefore the image is broken.
Here is a project file and exported website that illustrates the bug: