troubleshooting Question

Disappearing DIV

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lowpriceskatesFlag for United States of America asked on
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I'm having a really strange situation.
Basically, on my ecommerce site the error message for a declined credit card is showing up and then disappearing after about half a second.
I have removed all Javascripts that I thought could be causing it and it is still happening.

Steps to recreate:
1. Add any product to cart. Example: http://www.lowpriceskates.com/nitro.aspx
2. Go to Checkout and put in any address.
3. Enter Credit Card number 5431111111111111 with any future expiration like 0114 and any CVV number like 555. (It's supposed to decline.)
4. Click Place Order and quickly scroll to the top of the page and watch the space under the "Secure Checkout" header. The error message will appear in red and then disappear.

Below is the code for that error message that disappears.
I've tried adding CSS to make those classes and the surrounding DIV's ID display:block as important but it's not working. I can only assume some piece of Javascript is making it hidden. Any help? Thanks!!
<div id="ctl00_pageContent_udpNotification">
<div class="notification text-error">
The payment was declined. Please check your credit card information to make sure it was entered correctly.
</div>
</div>
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