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Tuesday, 2 November 2010
Error Messages from New Angelfire website
Mood:  don't ask

Can anybody help? I just made a new website on Site Builder. The site is an extension of my previous angelfire website. Everything works great when I am editing & saving and publishing. But when I try to go to the website separately from the editor, here is what I get on various pages of this seemingly OK website (see below). I am just beside myself, because I worked for a week to create the new site. Working in Webshell became too difficult, so I decided to re-do the whole thing in SiteBuilder. What can I do to get rid of these error messages? I did cut and paste a lot of stuff, but I can't re-type everything on the new website. That would be crazy. HELP???


Include Error:   <div class="sponsorBar tbrounded">   <strong>Site Sponsors</strong>   <a href="http://www.whowhere.com/?utm_source=Angelfire&amp;utm_medium=Sponsor%2BBar" target="_blank"><img src="http://af.lygo.com/d/toolbar/sponsors/whowhere_70x20.jpg" alt="sponsor logo" title="Find the people you miss in the U.S. with WhoWhere free people search engine."/></a>   <a href="http://www.gamesville.com/" target="_blank"><img src="http://af.lygo.com/d/toolbar/sponsors/gvLogo70x20.jpg" alt="sponsor logo" title="Play free online games at Gamesville!"/></a>   <a href="http://www.listen.com/disty/index.jsp?from=lycos" target="_blank"><img src="http://af.lygo.com/d/toolbar/sponsors/rhapsody_logo.jpg" alt="sponsor logo" title="Rhapsody"/></a>   <a href="http://www.wired.com/wired/issue/test2007?mbid=lycos-test-70x20"><img src="http://af.lygo.com/d/toolbar/sponsors/wired_test_70x20.gif" alt="WIRED"/></a>  </div>

Posted by ga2/glennphillips at 1:38 PM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (6) | Permalink | Share This Post

Tuesday, 2 November 2010 - 5:07 PM EDT

Name: "Scott"

Which pages did you get the error on exactly?  And what browser are you using when you get the errors?

I just went to your website using firefox, chrome and safari, on a Mac and I didn't get  an error message at all.

Your site looks really good!

Wednesday, 3 November 2010 - 10:22 AM EDT

Name: "Katie"

Hi, Scott. My problem is with www.angelfire.com/ga2/glennphillips/band

That is the new site I created using Sitebuilder. I am only having the trouble on Firefox, not my other browsers. But I'm wondering how to fix it. Do you have any ideas? I'm just stumped, and Firefox hasn't been any help.

Wednesday, 3 November 2010 - 11:16 AM EDT

Name: "Katie"

Okay, an update: I figured out that if I remove the formatting from the type, and re-do it, I can get rid of 99% of the errors. BUT, in Firefox, I still get

Include Error: </div>

What is this and how do I solve it? Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!

Thursday, 4 November 2010 - 1:00 PM EDT

Name: "Scott"

Hi again,

So I'm a little stumped.  Where is this error showing up?

I've looked at your site in FireFox 3.0 and 3.6 on both a Mac and a PC, that are on the default install settings and I am not getting any errors on your website.

Do you have any specific settings turned on or off in Firefox?  This issue may very well be just on your end?  I'm going to take another look at the code of your site and see if there's anything else I notice.


Tuesday, 16 November 2010 - 7:36 AM EST

Name: "Katie"
Home Page: http://angelfire.com/ga2/glennphillips/band

Hi, Scott...sorry it took so long for me to get back here. I"ve been busy tracking down the problem. I discovered that you were right, it was on my end. It was a problem with an add-on to Firefox. I had to research all my add-ons and it turned out to be a site checker from my AVG anti-virus program. I turned it off and voila! No more error messages. Thank you so much for your help & in pointing me in the right direction. It was invaluable!!!! Thanks!!

Thursday, 18 November 2010 - 8:14 AM EST

Name: "Scott"

I'm really glad to hear that everything worked out!

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