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What is the source of these errors?

250free.com, a free web host, is, I think, introducing errors onto its
pages with its banner code. Take a look at these pages for example:

1. http://specimencarp.250free.com/photos.htm
2. http://graystravels.250free.com/html...reek_PART6.htm
3. http://planetgeorge.250free.com/2003...eer/index.html
4. http://specimencarp.250free.com/TheLake.htm
5. http://vikings2823.250free.com/Timeline/1970s.html

In each of them, the page loads in Internet Explorer with an error.
There's an invalid character on line 2, which is banner code inserted
by 250free.

Example number 3 above also has the bottom advertising banner
"explode" so it's extremely high.

All pages load okay in Mozilla/Netscape. What is the offending
character/html that triggers the IE errors.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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justwondering wrote:
250free.com, a free web host, is, I think, introducing errors onto its
pages with its banner code. 1. http://specimencarp.250free.com/photos.htm All pages load okay in Mozilla/Netscape.


No, they just don't make such a big fuss about it. Open the JavaScript
console and you'll see quite a few errors.

The error appears to be caused by the system trying to use 404 error pages
(in HTML form) as JavaScript source files.

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David Dorward http://dorward.me.uk/
Jul 20 '05 #2

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