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I need help with my site. I recently had my site transferred from Geocities free to Hostmonster. Now the site is looking for the adds from Geocities. I have a frame on the right side of the page. It keeps pointing to js_source/adframe07.html. Can someone get rid of this?
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You can get rid of it by deleting that code from your pages. I can't do anything for you without a site link or code being used on the page.
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OK, my site is jimmunleywx.com. Its on hostmonster. What else do you need? Do you need my userid and password?
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Were you originally using frames? Also, a CSS file is still being linked back to Geocities: "<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://themis.geocit...s=1244748927">"

All this code can be removed:
<script language="JavaScript">var PUpage="76001084"; var PUprop="geocities"; </script><script language="JavaScript" src="http://www.geocities.com/js_source/pu5geo.js"></script><script language="JavaScript"> var thGetOv="http://themis.geocities.yahoo.com/themis/h.php"; var thCanURL="http://us.geocities.com/jimmunleywx/index.html"; var thSpaceId="76001084"; var thIP="96.234.55.252"; var thTs="1244748927"; var thCs="d718ddc82014337db089681ac3c2028b";</script><script language="JavaScript" src="http://us.geocities.com/js_source/geovck08.js"></script><!-- text above generated by server. PLEASE REMOVE -->
Let me know if that does it for you.

Lots of coding errors.

Edited by Major Payne, 13 June 2009 - 03:57 PM.

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Can you do it for me? I am afraid I will mess it up.
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OK< I think, I did it. It worked. What kind of errors? The site works. I noticed when I do a refresh of the page it says not found. Why is that?
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You have to remove that code from everyone of your pages. Every file you uploaded at Geocities has a lot os script code written by their server. I didn't see where the code was removed on the page I looked at.

You main frame page does not have a proper frame doctype.

No problem on a browser refresh of your page. May have been a hic-cup in the browser's URL. :)

HTML Errors

The welcome.html has the most errors according to HTML Tidy.

Edited by Major Payne, 13 June 2009 - 04:57 PM.

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Thanks, I think I have it. Thanks alot.
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You're welcome. Post back if you need more help on this.
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