On nearly every page I get this error:

Notice: Undefined variable: jump_link_target in include() (line 74 of /path/to/site/docroot/sites/all/themes/cti_flex/templates/html.tpl.php).

I have no idea how to troubleshoot this one, so, what do you want me to do to get you more useful information?

Drupal 7.14. Running http://drupal.org/project/openenterprise I forget which download I used, but I have updated the modules and core since I downloaded it, so...


mermentau’s picture

I'm thinking you are using the 7.x-5.1 version of Zen like I tried. Zen changed $jump_link_target to $skip_link_anchor which is giving the error in CTI Flex. I'm thinking that CTI Flex is not yet compatible with the latest Zen and we would have to use Zen 7.x-3.1 to avoid other issues like this for now.

jerrac’s picture

Category: bug » support
Status: Active » Fixed

Thanks! Switching to Zen 3.1 fixed it. :D

ajross’s picture

Yes, I'm still working on a Zen 7.x-5.1 compatible version. The documentation is updated so hopefully other folks won't run into this problem until the release is available. Thanks!

ajross’s picture

Status: Fixed » Closed (fixed)
XaviGracia’s picture

It's weird but I have Zen 7.x-5.1 and cti_flex 1.0 and I'm getting that same error... :-?

The thing is that at the beginning It didn't show, I suposse it depends if I'm using the html.tpl.php template file...

MickC’s picture

That's the problem - the answer is in #1above.

We're all waiting on the upgrade so it will work with Zen 7.x-5.1

@ajross - let us know if there's anything we can do

remlingj’s picture

Has there been any progress on this issue? With the security update to Zen 7.3, I'd like to update, but I keep getting the "jump_link_target" error. I thought about manually changing the variables and rebuilding the directories, but I'm afraid there is more to the structure of this problem then I'm seeing and that it might not work. I plan on making a test site just to see if this method will work. Has anyone tried this?

hramos’s picture

I commented out lines 73, 74, and 75 from templates/html.tpl.php.

Probably not optimal, but error is gone :)