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<% nav:displayheader %> in HTML page?

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I found the below content in an HTML page. It is rendering HTML content somehow.

I cant understand how, why, from where this is being displayed ?
<% nav:displayheader %>

Specs:
Apache - linux platfrom
Please advise.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On 16 Feb 2004 11:13:01 -0800, ro******@yahoo.com (Heather) declared in
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I found the below content in an HTML page. It is rendering HTML content somehow.
Where did you find it? In one of your pages? On someone else's page? In
your back yard?
I cant understand how, why, from where this is being displayed ?
Perhaps because it is in the source code?
<% nav:displayheader %>


That's ASP. If you can see it on the actual page, the server isn't set
up to process ASP commands on that page.

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Mark Parnell
http://www.clarkecomputers.com.au
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