The short version is that we have a client who uses Sitefinity, for whom we programmed a mobile application for using PhoneGap to build, jQuery + HTML5 to code. The task at hand is to incorporate the existing project, into a Sitefinity page using the code we've already written. I can do without the HTML5, but when I add all the .JS references in the template editor (jQuery, CustomJS) it doesn't seem like my jQuery is actually firing (because nothing does anything it should) and I'm beginning to think that it's more trouble than it's worth because nothing I try to do with Sitefinity comes easily.
You say you're using the Template Editor, which would only allow JS widgets to be dropped, yet you refer to Gabe's post which uses code.
Does Firefox/Chrome's console report any error messages? In the network tab of Chrome/Firefox do you see the script-files being loaded?
Posted by Community Admin on 11-Apr-2013 00:00
I am extremely new to the sitefinity environment so please forgive me in advance for any confusion or ignorance on my end.
That being said, I was originally going to try using the coding method from Gabes post, until I discovered that I could add references to .js files from the Sitefinity GUI.
This is something that I should be able to answer, but because I'm still pretty new, I'm not sure which file on the backend would have the code for me to look at/edit manually, hence why I'm trying to do everything via the SF GUI.
>Does Firefox/Chrome's console report any error messages? In the network tab of Chrome/Firefox >do you see the script-files being loaded?
You know what's really funny? It works today. I just tried loading the template I had created, and toying around with it as usual and it works. So, I guess my question isn't so much answered as non existent? Whatever, I'm just happy that it works!