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    http://www.weebleworks.com/pfd

    Hello all,
    Maybe someone could be kind enough to clue me in as to why this site either crashes IE or brings up the activex bar.
    It works perfectly on my machine and 5 other machines I've tested it on but when it's viewed on the client's machine it crashes the browser. This problem didn't happen until recently, previous version worked fine. Monday, every page except the first one crashed the browser. Today, all the pages work except the contact page.
    I'm currently redoing the contact page, because there's something going wrong with that main page.
    I thought at one point it was the slideshow script but that script isn't present on the contact page.
    If anyone can offer some kind of a assistance as to what the problem might be it will be greatly appreciated.

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    It didn't crash IE 6 or Firefox 1.0.6 for what thats worth.

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    Wow that's a lot of iframes... My guess would be it'd have something to do with the fading effect you use, but there's no reason for that to be a problem on only specific pages. Unless your customer's IE is simply being temperamental. IE does that sometimes. Try it on another IE, with the same version number, to see if the problem occurs again.

    Also, did you copy any of these scripts from the Internet? If so, some may have tidbits of ActiveX for IE to `improve the experience' or some such drivel.

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    Thank you both for the reply. After doing some searching I found some insight as to the activex bar. There's some flaw in IE that viewing a site locally brings up the bar because it assumes the pages with scripts in them should be deemed as restricted level sites but not when viewed from a url. eh go figure, he doesn't believe me but I told him to get rid of his crappy machine and start using firefox.
    Shadowfiend, I tested it on like 10 machines since yesterday, not one crash but I was getting the activex bar from the locally viewed copy on 3-4 of those machines but the one that's online works flawlessly in both IE and firefox.

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    Ah. Weird stuff. I'll stick that under IE being temperamental and say I called it :-D


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