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Red number appears in lower right corner of browser with warning

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When using Inspect Element I get a red number that appears in the lower right corner of my website.  Here is screen shot.
http://screencast.com/t/OcBeefyq

What does that mean?  

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by:Terry Woods
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Which browser are you using? I don't get that in Chromium (slightly modified version of Chrome) or in Firefox.
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chilternPC earned 500 total points
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it means there are 2 errors.
on Chrome the red 2 appears top right of the inspect window  (see below)
if you click on the red 2 it should show you what it thinks are errors on that page

red 2 top right (and 1 yellow)
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by:nsitedesigns
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I am using Firefox.  Now the red 2 is gone but I haven't done anything!

On the Experts Exchange site, I get a red 2 (in lower right).  When i click on it, it displays body class.  
http://screencast.com/t/Pyp0wNCSw1
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by:Terry Woods
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In the lower section of the Firefox dev tools, you've only got the Logging tab selected. Try clicking the Security tab and see if there's something there? I'm guessing the red colour coding on that tab may match the colour of the number.
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by:Terry Woods
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Otherwise, there might be something in one of the other tabs that's important (Net, CSS, JS, Server)
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by:chilternPC
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have you tried clicking the actual red 2 ??
on my version it then opens a window and shows the 'errors'
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by:nsitedesigns
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On the Experts Exchange site, I get a red 2 (in lower right).  When i click on it, it displays body class.  
http://screencast.com/t/Pyp0wNCSw1
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by:nsitedesigns
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Now I am having problems getting the red number to appear!  All I see now is a blue wrench.
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