Published site: https://www.puzzlefactory.uk/2019
To cut a very long story short, I’ve embedded a music player into my site.
The music player was breaking because I had it loading it’s own jquery in the head, then the Webflow jquery (3.3.1) was loading at the end of the page. I have fixed it all by removing the old AAP jquery line and moving Webflow’s jquery line to it’s place in the head.
However, it seems every time I export the site, I need to manually comment-out the jquery 3.3.1 line at the bottom, despite it being added to the HTML head.
How do I tell Webflow not to add the line twice or tell Webflow to put it in the head rather than the footer?
I tried to use the Custom attributes section, but when you set href as the Name, it says This is a reserved name.
I have found that, once exported, certain links don’t point where they are supposed to point.
For the affected links this is 100% reproducable. On my site, they are:
- mixing-choose.html has two broken links that both render to href="#" instead of mixing-pfss.html and mixing-external.html respectively as shown in the editor.
- mixing-external.html 's Next button also points to href="#" instead of mixing-pfss.html as shown in the editor.
(Note: I have manually fixed all of these problems in the published site, though as I still have much work to do (responsive, form, etc), I don’t want to have to remember to make a bunch of changes to files each time I export. Ain’t nobody got time fo dat.)
- Webflow insists on changing my custom code, adding what it thinks are missing </div></div> (lines 138, 142, 146…).
There is a warning that says custom code won’t be validated, but it seems like it actually is anyway - even when it shouldn’t be.
How do I disable this, please? (Thankfully this is not causing me problems, but still shouldn’t be changing things.)
Other than these issues, I have to say, Webflow still blows my mind for how much you can do with it and the relative ease with which you can do it.
Thanks to everyone who reads this far. Happy new year!