current editing session has expired. Before editing or saving any content, you must refresh this page.

Clicked on edit after 5 secs i am getting this :
current editing session has expired. Before editing or saving any content, you must refresh this page.

Wanted to give sometime for the session.please let me know.
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OestoneeCommented:
Are you using Content Editor Web Parts on the page? 3rd party Webparts? I've seen this error both when a 3rd party Webpart was timing out on a connection (waiting for the License server that wasn't activated) and when a content webpart had bad HTML code.
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Philx1234567Author Commented:
i am using content editor webpart
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Philx1234567Author Commented:
Hi Oestonee:

Thanks.I created an aspx page when i select EDIT page it shows (current editing session has expired).

May i know the reason for this.
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