ClientResources.RequireScript().AtFooter() not working

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What area name does the .AtFooter() method look for? I have @Html.RequiredClientResources("Footer") in my master page, but my script is added to the page even when using .AtFooter(). The only documentation I can find on this whole feature shows the use of @Html.RequiredClientResources(RenderingArea.Footerbody) but I can't find anywhere where RenderingArea.Footerbody is defined.

#139890
Oct 09, 2015 0:44
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Hi, 
looks correct to me. Make sure that you've put '@Html.RequiredClientResources("Footer")' at the bottom of the layout view though, as the scripts will be rendered at the location where you've put it.

#139901
Oct 09, 2015 8:57
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Thanks for your response, Per. I have declared the footer area just before the closing body tag. Here is some of my markup:

_Blank.cshtml Layout:

<html>
<head>
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width" />
    <title></title>
    @Scripts.Render("~/bundles/js")
    @Html.RequiredClientResources("Header") @*Enable components to require resources. For an example, see the view for VideoBlock.*@
</head>
<body>
    <div>
        @RenderBody()
    </div>
    @Html.RequiredClientResources("Footer")
</body>
</html>


Page:

@model PageViewModel<CampWeekAdminPage, CampWeekAdminViewModel>

@{
    Layout = "~/Views/Shared/Layouts/_Blank.cshtml";
    EPiServer.Framework.Web.Resources.ClientResources.RequireScript("/ClientResources/js/jQuery/jquery.tlgi.validation.js").AtFooter();

    var cwVM = Model.ViewModel;
}

Yesterday, right before I left, the script was appearing in the <head> section when rendered, even after rebuilding the project and doing a hard refresh on the page. Now, when I just ran it to confirm it's not working, it's now appearing at the footer. Something must have been cached. Where or how it got cleared, I don't know. Thanks for confirming all was correct.

#139925
Oct 09, 2015 17:49
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