Javascript tree

Discussion in 'Javascript' started by Gaelan, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. Gaelan

    Gaelan Guest

    Hello, I'm editing a webpage where I have a google earth plugin with
    multiple kmz layers. I have a tree structure that was created using
    javascript so I can expand and collapse the tree structure and select
    which layers I like.
    The whole concept work fine (you can see it at http://www.seismap.ca/atlas/index.html)
    however, I want to put the same GE plugin and tree structure on an ftp
    site. The problem is when I set up the ftp site the tree structure is
    fully expanded and you are unable to collapse any of its nodes.
    I'm using a nearly identical source as to the one for
    http://www.seismap.ca/atlas/index.html, the only difference is that i
    have the file directories set to the ftp site, instead of the http one
    but that doesnt seem to be the problem since the files are uploaded to
    the ftp site, and everything works fine except the tree structure.
    I was wondering if anyone knew what the source of this problem could
    be. Would it have something to do with the site being an ftp and not
    http?

    Thanks
     
    Gaelan, Jul 10, 2009
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