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On my homepage - www.liverpoolfc.tv
the page when opened does not load fully-some pictures and ads are not displayed and i cannot open the links from the drop down menus, the bottom left of the page it jus says java script:;
this is the same with other pages
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Which browser are you using? Also, Win XPs SP2 has changed default security settings which affects loading images. Your site looked ok in FF.
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Internet Explorer 6,the trouble is when i put my mouse over the page where there is a menu with - News,Match,Shop,Betting etc a drop down menu should appear but nothing does and at the bottom of the window it just says java script:;

Also what is Win XPs SP2?

Thanks for this help

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im using Internet Explorer 6

on the webpage www.liverpoolfc.tv the menu along the top of webpage should create drop down menus when you put your mouse over the word,but when i do this nothing happens,and in the status bar all it says is java script:;

also what is Win XPs SP2?

thanks for your help
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im using Internet Explorer 6

on the webpage www.liverpoolfc.tv the menu along the top of webpage should create drop down menus when you put your mouse over the word,but when i do this nothing happens,and in the status bar all it says is java script:;

also what is Win XPs SP2?

thanks for your help

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OK. I was viewing with FF, but I have the same problem as you have except I get no javascript indication in status bar with IE6.0. IE is very forgiving and drop down menus should work. Viewing your page's source code, I didn't see any call out for the mouseover for these menus. Sorry, but I didn't spend much time, so let me know if you are using javascript or if it's in your css. I didn't see any external link to a script file nor any in your head or body tags. Now I can download your whole page (plus css file) and put it in my HTML Editor and work from there, but it's time consuming.

As to Win XP's SP2. It contains all of Micro$oft's critical updates. If you have automatic updates turned on and have been installing them, don't worry about it at this time. Made the comment without full information.
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The site is working fine now. What did you do to fix it?
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Sorry, but I can't take the credit for it. Went back just a few minutes ago and it looks like all the script codes for the menus have been uploaded to the site :

<script language="JavaScript" src="lfc_menu.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script language="JavaScript" src="lfc_home.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script language="JavaScript" src="lfc_cookie.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script language="JavaScript" src="lfc_splash.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
<script language="JavaScript" src="livesplash.js" type="text/javascript"></script>


These were missing earlier.

With these it works fine in IE 6.0 and Firefox 1.0 now. If this isn't your site, then someone else corrected their mistakes. The page has no other errors but there are over 321 corrections that should be made to properly validate the page. It works so don't know how much the author cares to be in compliance wirh HTML 4.01.

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i have sp2 from windows.

The site will still not load up correctly www.liverpoolfc.tv

I have seen that when i open Norton Personal Firewall and look at the sttistics tab, and then click view logs, then click on content blocking it has a list for this website and the reasons are ads and active x etc.

How can i disable this or change the settings so that the site isnt being blocked?

Thanks
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Matt :

I don't use Norton so can not give you specific instructions. Hopefully, someone will come along who will be able to help with specific steps. I'm sure there is a way in Norton to change permission for specific URLs.

I use ZoneAlarm and it is listed under Program Control>Programs where I can set the Permission level for all programs. Also. under the Privacy tab, I can control Ad Blocking, cookies, etc.. Possibly, Norton has a similar way of doing what you want.

Can only advise you to check Norton's Help file for changing program/URL permissions for Activex and Ad blocking. If this doesn't work with Norton, your Win XP firewall permissions may need to be checked.

Sorry I can't be more help at this point.

Ron
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