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All content between <form> tags vanishes in IE 6.1 for XP

Has anyone ever seen anything like this before? One of my co-workers'
laptops fails to produce any HTML content found between well-formed
<form> tags (however, the pages produce fine in others' versions of IE
6.1 using XP and my Firefox 2.0 using Linux); even the <form> tags
themselves vanish. Everything else produces w/o problem whatsoever.

Thanx
Phil

Jul 25 '05 #1
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Gazing into my crystal ball I observed "ph**************@gmail.com"
<ph**************@gmail.com> writing in news:1122327938.471535.29120
@g14g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:
Has anyone ever seen anything like this before? One of my co-workers'
laptops fails to produce any HTML content found between well-formed
<form> tags (however, the pages produce fine in others' versions of IE
6.1 using XP and my Firefox 2.0 using Linux); even the <form> tags
themselves vanish. Everything else produces w/o problem whatsoever.

A URL would help.

--
Adrienne Boswell
http://www.cavalcade-of-coding.info
Please respond to the group so others can share
Jul 25 '05 #2
A URL can't be provided. It's on an intranet platform within a private
server network. Sorry.
Phil

Jul 28 '05 #3
Gazing into my crystal ball I observed "ph**************@gmail.com"
<ph**************@gmail.com> writing in news:1122570087.501123.160400
@g49g2000cwa.googlegroups.com:
A URL can't be provided. It's on an intranet platform within a private
server network. Sorry.
Phil


Cobble something up and put it on a server somewhere.

--
Adrienne Boswell
http://www.cavalcade-of-coding.info
Please respond to the group so others can share
Jul 28 '05 #4
I did, and it shows up. In fact, it shows up on everyone else's
machine except this guy's laptop. I cobbled it onto another server
(it's down now) and it worked on everyone's machines at work and
remotely (i even had a colleague remotely verify it worked), and it
worked using IE, Netscape, Firefox, Mozilla, and even Konqueror.

It still failed on this one guy's laptop using IE, Firefox, anything.
But other URLs worked just fine. Again, it only occurs if you add
<form></form>

Phil

Jul 30 '05 #5
ph**************@gmail.com wrote:
It still failed on this one guy's laptop using ...


Time to check this guy's firewall for options, or something else that
would be common across multiple browsers.

Or ... buy the guy a new laptop!!!

--
-bts
-His spouse unchecked the "Shopping Allowed" checkbox.
Jul 30 '05 #6
He left, laptop and all, so problem is solved, so to speak. But thanx!

Phil

Aug 15 '05 #7

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