Hmmm,,,I think you might be right but, the strange thing is that I do not have that line of code anywhere in the source code. I don't know where or how it's getting added to those pages? I checked it out and I only see that line on the pages that do not work, the pages that do work do not have that line.
I need to try and figure out how that line is getting added. Any ideas?
Without access, I'd be guessing. Check your local copy, and then your remote copy (shell, Cpanel file manager, something other than downloading). If using an editor, make sure it shows HTML comments, and remember, I added spaces above, so if you're searching on that exact thing it won't find it.
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As much as I hate IE, they actually do W3 quite well. If IE detects an error, it breaks. If FF detects an error, it does its best to fix it and recover. Validating it with the w3 validator will be the best stepping stone for getting anything to work in IE. Afterwards, its all about fixing it's quirks.
Because it is something by which at first glance different pages that you specify. (correct and problematic)
Palm Beach limo and Fort Lauderdale limo , services clients needing prestige access to limos in: Palm Beach International Airport, Fort Lauderdale Airport, Boca Raton Airport and Miami International Airport...
Still having the same issue. It's off because when I check the page that I have stored on my PC, it looks fine, but when it is uploaded and you try it, it shows the problem.
Does anyone have any ideas where that < !-- saved from url=(0022)http://internet.e-mail -- > could be coming from? It is not showing up in the code when I check it in DreamWeaver, and it only shows on the pages that are showing problems so I feel pretty certain that it is the cause.
It was set to show some of them but I just set it to show all of them and it is still not showing up in the code anywhere.
Thanks for the link. I see it does talk about that line of code thats showing up but, for some reason I don't have the option to remove it. It says "Select Commands > Remove Mark Of The Web." but, when I click on commands, I don't see "remove mark of the web" anywhere. Going to check around and see if it's different for CS5.
Here is a little information I found on this. Now I am still not sure why you are not seeing it in Dreamweaver, but maybe you can edit the file online with the cpanel file manager if you are using it and then redownload it with Dreamweaver. Do not download it via Save Web Page in IE.
It's a security "feature" of microsoft's internet explorer.
This "comment" is inserted whenever a web-page is saved to disk.
By this the IE declares a file to be in the so called internet zone even if it's opened from your local hard disk. But IE prevents internet webpages to open local files. Thus this pseudo internet page cannot use e.g. a windows.open() command to open another file on your disk which doesn't have the same "comment" line. Consequently the scripting error is of type "access denied".
I realized it couldn't even _link_ to local pages. IE silently behaved as if the linked page didn't exist...
To make scripts and links work you should either remove all those "saved from url" comments from your files or you should make sure that all linked files do contain that line.
You may want to google for "saved from url" (_with_ the quotes to make google look for the complete phrase instead for each word seperately).
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