I have Firefox [url removed, login to view] on Windows XP Pro SP3, and a few days ago this page (on a website that I run):
<[url removed, login to view]>
started giving me the error:
XML Parsing Error: not well-formed
Location: <[url removed, login to view]>
Line Number 11, Column 153:<IFRAME FRAMEBORDER="0" MARGINWIDTH="0" MARGINHEIGHT="0" SCROLLING="NO" WIDTH="300" HEIGHT="250" SRC="[[url removed, login to view]"></IFRAME]>
I have tried to troubleshoot this error myself, but I can't figure out why I'm getting this error. I see the section of HTML that Firefox is complaining about, but it looks like perfectly valid HTML to me.
Normally, I would fix this problem by saving the page as an HTML file, and then changing one line at a time in the HTML file until the error goes away, so I can figure out what the problem is. However, here I'm running into another strange problem: When I save the page as an HTML file and open it in Firefox, it doesn't give me the error message. Somehow the process of saving the file, must take out the part of the code that's causing the problem.
So I just need help figuring out why Firefox is giving me this error on that page, and how to fix it. I cannot remove the IFRAME and other elements that are causing the error -- those are the advertisements that make it possible to run the server :) But I need to know how to fix the problem.
I just need to know why Firefox is giving the XML parse error on the page described above, and how to fix the problem, without completely removing the IFRAME that serves the advertisements (because we need the advertisements :) ).
I'm running Firefox [url removed, login to view] and getting the error above. I don't know if other versions of Firefox give the same error.