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Mysterious artifact "7" in html body tag innerHTML

Recently I noticed a mysterious "7" appearing in the top left corner of my homepage: http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index.cfm but I cannot find a "7" in my CFML code.
In trying to track this down (to remove it), I created a totally empty new page in my site's root: http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index2.cfm -- but the "7" still mysteriously appears!

Firebug shows the HTML of the "empty" page as:
<html>
<head></head>
<body>7 </body>
</html>

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and when I inspect the DOM with Firebug I see several references to "7\n" (which I think is the mysterious artefact I want to remove) which I have highlighted in bold:

baseURI
      "http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index2.cfm"
      
childElementCount
      2
      
childNodes
      [head, body]
      
0
      head
      
accessKey
      ""
      
accessKeyLabel
      "^"
      
contextMenu
      null
      
dataset
      DOMStringMap {}
      
isContentEditable
      false
      
onmouseenter
      null
      
onmouseleave
      null
      
onmozfullscreenerror
      null
      
parentElement
      html
      
accessKey
      ""
      
accessKeyLabel
      "^"
      
contextMenu
      null
      
dataset
      DOMStringMap {}
      
isContentEditable
      false
      
onmouseenter
      null
      
onmouseleave
      null
      
onmozfullscreenerror
      null
      
parentElement
      null
      
click
      click()
      
contains
      contains()
      
insertAdjacentHTML
      insertAdjacentHTML()
      
mozRequestFullScreen
      mozRequestFullScreen()
      
attributes
      []
      
length
      0
      
getNamedItem
      getNamedItem()
      
getNamedItemNS
      getNamedItemNS()
      
item
      item()
      
removeNamedItem
      removeNamedItem()
      
removeNamedItemNS
      removeNamedItemNS()
      
setNamedItem
      setNamedItem()
      
setNamedItemNS
      setNamedItemNS()
      
__proto__
      [xpconnect wrapped native prototype] { item=item(), getNamedItem=getNamedItem(), setNamedItem=setNamedItem(), more...}
      
baseURI
      "http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index2.cfm"
      
childElementCount
      2
      
childNodes
      [head, body]
      
0
      head
      
1
      body
      
accessKey
      ""
      
accessKeyLabel
      "^"
      
contextMenu
      null
      
dataset
      DOMStringMap {}
      
isContentEditable
      false
      
onmouseenter
      null
      
onmouseleave
      null
      
onmozfullscreenerror
      null
      
parentElement
      html
      
click
      click()
      
contains
      contains()
      
insertAdjacentHTML
      insertAdjacentHTML()
      
mozRequestFullScreen
      mozRequestFullScreen()
      
aLink
      ""
      
attributes
      []
      
background
      ""
      
baseURI
      "http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index2.cfm"
      
bgColor
      ""
      
childElementCount
      0
      
childNodes
      [<TextNode textContent="7\n">]
      
0
      <TextNode textContent="7\n">
     
parentElement
      body
      
wholeText
      "7\n"

      
contains
      contains()
      
attributes
      null
      
baseURI
      "http://heart2heartshanghai.net/index2.cfm"
      
childNodes
      []
      
constructor
      Text {}
      
data
      "7\n"

      
firstChild
      null
      
lastChild
      null
      
length
      2
      
localName
      null
      
namespaceURI
      null
      
nextSibling
      null
      
nodeName
      "#text"
      
nodeType
      3
      
nodeValue
      "7\n"


Can anyone tell me what is going on -- how the "7" got there, and how do I remove it?
0
ShanghaiD
Asked:
ShanghaiD
1 Solution
 
selvolCommented:
Try adding this to your application.

<cfscript>
SetEncoding("form","utf-8");
SetEncoding("url","utf-8");
</cfscript>
<cfcontent type="text/html; charset=utf-8">

Selvol
0
 
micropc1Commented:
You might want to take a look at your Application.cfm or Application.cfc (esp the onRequestStart() method)
0
 
ShanghaiDAuthor Commented:
Excellent!  Thank you!
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