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Everytime I use Firefox to go to http://www.fox12news.com/ I get the following error. Do I need to make an adjustment to my firefox browser? It doesn't happen using IE6. Also, no images seem to be missing if I hit "cancel".

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Edited by SillyLilly, 06 October 2006 - 01:20 PM.

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This does this on my Firefox too.

This seems to be an issue with Firefox and the way it handles how the content on the above webpage is made - using something called a iframe (short for basically a "frame within a frame" - akin to "picture within picture" technology you might find on a TV Set).

In fact it would appear that this behaviour's been introduced via recent security updates to Firefox. Either that or the site's changed its structure now in such a fashion that it's upset Firefox, if the site used to work.
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