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SOLVED

How to remove the wcmmode=disabled in Web URL?

Ted2007277
Level 1
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Below is my code in the component of Free Html Content Area,

<style>
/* 適用於電腦螢幕*/
@mediascreen{
#motion-1{
width:120rem;
height: 90rem;
}
}
@mediascreen and (min-width:1920px) and (max-width:2018px){
#motion-1{
width:112rem;
height: 72rem;
}
}
/* 適用於筆電*/
@mediascreen and (min-width:1481px) and (max-width:1919px){
#motion-1{
width:85rem;
height: 55rem;
}
}
@mediascreen and (min-width:1367px) and (max-width:1480px){
#motion-1{
width:80rem;
height: 55rem;
}
}
/* 適用於平版直著拿的情況(平版橫著拿的情況就和電腦螢幕相同)*/
@mediascreen and (min-width:1080px) and (max-width:1366px){
#motion-1{
width:65rem;
height: 35rem;
}
}
@mediascreen and (min-width:992px) and (max-width:1079px){
#motion-1{
width:45rem;
height: 30rem;
}
}
/* 適用於平版直著拿的情況(平版橫著拿的情況就和電腦螢幕相同)*/
@mediascreen and (min-width:840px) and (max-width:992px){
#motion-1{
width:60rem;
height: 36rem;
}
}
@mediascreen and (min-width:600px) and (max-width:839px){
#motion-1{
width:56rem;
height: 32rem;
}
}
/* 適用於平版直著拿的情況(平版橫著拿的情況就和電腦螢幕相同)*/
@mediascreen and (min-width:375px) and (max-width:599px){
#motion-1{
display: none;
}
}
</style>
<script src="https://unpkg.com/@lottiefiles/lottie-player@latest/dist/lottie-player.js"></script>
<lottie-player src="https://assets8.lottiefiles.com/private_files/lf30_lzybfnbn.json" id="motion-1" background="transparent" speed="1" style="z-index:1;" loop autoplay></lottie-player>

<script>
var oDiv1=document.getElementById("motion-1");

if (/(iPhone|iPad|iPod|iOS|Android)/i.test(navigator.userAgent)) {
//手機裝置
oDiv1.style.display="none";
}else{
oDiv1.style.display="block";
}
</script>

 

1 Accepted Solution
BrianKasingli
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

@Ted2007277,

If you are in your publish environment, it might be because a developer has hardcoded ?wcmmode=disabled to be appended on to the target URI or link. ?wcmmode=disabled is actually never automatically appended to a target URI or link by AEM out of the box, so it might be done by a developer. Currently, only using the AEM site's edit mode, you can only access ?wcmmode=disabled when you hit the "view publish mode" from the drop-down options; "view publish mode" have been clicked on, the URI will be changed to a new URI + ?wcmmode=disabled

I would say to search for our source code for ?wcmmode=disabled

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2 Replies
Rohit_Utreja
Level 4
Level 4

Are you adding it manually on your own?
if this is the case, you can go to editor mode by adding "editor.html" before the content in the URL and switch to preview mode.

 

If this is happening in the publisher environment, then the source of this URL needs to be checked. There is a possibility that the source URL has this keyword mentioned in it.

 

BrianKasingli
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

@Ted2007277,

If you are in your publish environment, it might be because a developer has hardcoded ?wcmmode=disabled to be appended on to the target URI or link. ?wcmmode=disabled is actually never automatically appended to a target URI or link by AEM out of the box, so it might be done by a developer. Currently, only using the AEM site's edit mode, you can only access ?wcmmode=disabled when you hit the "view publish mode" from the drop-down options; "view publish mode" have been clicked on, the URI will be changed to a new URI + ?wcmmode=disabled

I would say to search for our source code for ?wcmmode=disabled

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