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DW CS3 Template Error

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I created a website using DW CS3 templates, when I update the pages with the master template I get the following Error.  I am using CSS min-width & max-width.

"There is an error at line 118, column 24 (absolute position 4071) of "K:\*******\theme\minmax.js": nested editable regions."

Everything appears to be working correctly, but I want to be sure I am not missing anything.

This is the code referred to in the error, but the line it calls is commented text.
// minmax.js: make IE5+/Win support CSS min/max-width/height
// version 1.0, 08-Aug-2003
// written by Andrew Clover <>, use freely
/*@cc_on @if (@_win32 && @_jscript_version>4)
var minmax_elements;
minmax_props= new Array(
  new Array('min-width', 'minWidth'),
  new Array('max-width', 'maxWidth'),
  new Array('min-height','minHeight'),
  new Array('max-height','maxHeight')
// Binding. Called on all new elements. If <body>, initialise; check all
// elements for minmax properties
function minmax_bind(el) {
  var i, em, ms;
  var st=, cs= el.currentStyle;
  if (minmax_elements==window.undefined) {
    // initialise when body element has turned up, but only on IE
    if (!document.body || !document.body.currentStyle) return;
    minmax_elements= new Array();
    window.attachEvent('onresize', minmax_delayout);
    // make font size listener
    em= document.createElement('div');
    em.setAttribute('id', 'minmax_em'); 'absolute'; 'hidden'; 'xx-large'; '5em';'-5em'; '0';
    if ( {'width', 'minmax_checkFont()');
      document.body.insertBefore(em, document.body.firstChild);
  // transform hyphenated properties the browser has not caught to camelCase
  for (i= minmax_props.length; i-->0;)
    if (cs[minmax_props[i][0]])
      st[minmax_props[i][1]]= cs[minmax_props[i][0]];
  // add element with properties to list, store optimal size values
  for (i= minmax_props.length; i-->0;) {
    ms= cs[minmax_props[i][1]];
    if (ms && ms!='auto' && ms!='none' && ms!='0' && ms!='') {
      st.minmaxWidth= cs.width; st.minmaxHeight= cs.height;
      minmax_elements[minmax_elements.length]= el;
      // will need a layout later
  } }
// check for font size changes
var minmax_fontsize= 0;
function minmax_checkFont() {
  var fs= document.getElementById('minmax_em').offsetHeight;
  if (minmax_fontsize!=fs && minmax_fontsize!=0)
  minmax_fontsize= fs;
  return '5em';
// Layout. Called after window and font size-change. Go through elements we
// picked out earlier and set their size to the minimum, maximum and optimum,
// choosing whichever is appropriate
// Request re-layout at next available moment
var minmax_delaying= false;
function minmax_delayout() {
  if (minmax_delaying) return;
  minmax_delaying= true;
  window.setTimeout(minmax_layout, 0);
function minmax_stopdelaying() {
  minmax_delaying= false;
function minmax_layout() {
  window.setTimeout(minmax_stopdelaying, 100);
  var i, el, st, cs, optimal, inrange;
  for (i= minmax_elements.length; i-->0;) {
    el= minmax_elements[i]; st=; cs= el.currentStyle;
    // horizontal size bounding
    st.width= st.minmaxWidth; optimal= el.offsetWidth;
    inrange= true;
    if (inrange && cs.minWidth && cs.minWidth!='0' && cs.minWidth!='auto' && cs.minWidth!='') {
      st.width= cs.minWidth;
      inrange= (el.offsetWidth<optimal);
    if (inrange && cs.maxWidth && cs.maxWidth!='none' && cs.maxWidth!='auto' && cs.maxWidth!='') {
      st.width= cs.maxWidth;
      inrange= (el.offsetWidth>optimal);
    if (inrange) st.width= st.minmaxWidth;
    // vertical size bounding
    st.height= st.minmaxHeight; optimal= el.offsetHeight;
    inrange= true;
    if (inrange && cs.minHeight && cs.minHeight!='0' && cs.minHeight!='auto' && cs.minHeight!='') {
      st.height= cs.minHeight;
      inrange= (el.offsetHeight<optimal);
    if (inrange && cs.maxHeight && cs.maxHeight!='none' && cs.maxHeight!='auto' && cs.maxHeight!='') {
      st.height= cs.maxHeight;
      inrange= (el.offsetHeight>optimal);
    if (inrange) st.height= st.minmaxHeight;
// Scanning. Check document every so often until it has finished loading. Do
// nothing until <body> arrives, then call main init. Pass any new elements
// found on each scan to be bound   
var minmax_SCANDELAY= 500;
function minmax_scan() {
  var el;
  for (var i= 0; i<document.all.length; i++) {
    el= document.all[i];
    if (!el.minmax_bound) {
      el.minmax_bound= true;
  } }
var minmax_scanner;
function minmax_stop() {
minmax_scanner= window.setInterval(minmax_scan, minmax_SCANDELAY);
window.attachEvent('onload', minmax_stop);
@end @*/
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