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WebSite Errors - AOL

Posted on 2002-06-10
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Hello,

Does anyone get any errors when viewing any pages of this website:

http://capricebuilders.com

The guy having problems just upgraded
to the newest vers. of AOL and he gets an error
on the "About Us" page. I have looked at the site
on 3 different pc's in 3 different loactions.
I don't get any errors. AOL keeps telling him
there is a problem with the website.

Thanks,
PR
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Some of the images have to be manually loaded on that page because of some scripting error. Not AOL related but it wouldnt surprise me if the AOL client pitched more of a fit about it than any other browser.
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by:PaulRisko
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How do I change that? Pre-load the images?

Also the first time I view the site and the "about us" a add comes up. I never put any adds up on that site. It doesn't happen every time. What the heck is that?

Thanks,
Paul
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Oddly enough the images all load fine now....Beats me.
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by:PaulRisko
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I reinstalled the Front Page Exts. Maybe that did it.

Sweet. Did you see any ad? It's not doing it now.

Thanks.
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by:weed
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Nope, no ads either time. The fact that its done in FrontPage and is using FrontPage Extensions could be causing ALOT of problems.
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by:PaulRisko
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Yeah. Wasn't my idea to use FrontPage.
I'll get back with ya tommorrow.

Thanks.
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Turns out to be AOL... G couldn't have ever guessed that.

Thanks for your input.
-Paul
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