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Third party website javascript error fix

Posted on 2008-06-11
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I am working on an ASP.NET 2 intranet site where one of the links points to the following website:

http://www.smilemakers.com/Smilemakers/productr.asp?pf_id=toy448&url_check=1&URLCheck=1

which, upon loading in IE7, pops up this error:

Line 2:
Error:Object required

As my users request a fix, can that javascript error be fixed or suppressed from within the page of my redirecting link? Please advise how? Thanks.
 
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I am failing to see how this relates to SQL Sever...
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Sorry SQLServer checkbox was checked as default when this question was posted. Please consider the question under "Javascrip/ASP.NETt". Thanks.
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