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grael

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Hey I'm having a problem with viewing my LJ page using Firefox. I've already tried browsing around google for some answers but I thought I'd come to you guys too.

Now, I'm pretty sure it's not a problem wth my codes because the page works fine in IE. But on the same token, my friends' pages will work fine off my FF browser. Wierd.

Here's the thing...when I went to check my JavaScript Console in FF there were a bunch of errors. Here's a copy...in picture form!

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So pretty much the codes aren't being recognized and so are being dumped. Anyone know a quick solution?

Edited by grael, 23 December 2005 - 02:03 AM.

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The first ten properties being flagged up are only supported in Internet Explorer and are usually used to alter the scrollbar colour or apply a coloured filter to the page. The others with MSO in them are from Microsoft Office.

It's usually Microsoft Word, when you save stuff as a web page, that inserts all this garbage into the web page. Would I be right in assuming you're writing blogs in Office, saving them and then uploading to LiveJournal?
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Mostly no....I usually write them directly on the site itself. But there is the occassion when I'll use an outside program (Semagic) to post my blogs for me. Which is probably the same thing as using Word.

So you suggest to just adjust the profile colours and settings and things and it should be ok?
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