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  • Batgnat
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    Firefox + Forums Reply error Link to this post

    I am getting an error when replying to a forum on my server. This is happening on Firefox 2.011 and Firefox 3.0b3. It is not happening on IE7. I have tried it on Vista and 2k, and have tried Firefox in safe mode. The error (below) is highlighting the = in

    "DestObj=Post_Attachment"

    . It looks OK to me, but I am no ?tml expert. I have searched the forums and can find no one else with the issue.

    If you want to check it on my site, please do : http://58.107.89.94:17888.
    It is not current live (i.e. it has not replaced old site), but was hoping to do so this week.

    Thanks in Advance.

    XML Parsing Error: not well-formed
    Location: http://192.168.1.100/general-discussion/reply/3
    Line Number 200, Column 258:         <div id="PostAttachment" class="field attachment "><label class="left" for="Form_ReplyForm_PostAttachment">Upload Files</label><span class="middleColumn">   <iframe name="AttachmentField_upload" src="AttachmentField_Uploader/uploadiframe/?PostID=14&DestObj=Post_Attachment" id="Form_ReplyForm_AttachmentField_PostAttachment" border="0"></iframe></span></div>
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------^

  • Batgnat
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    Re: Firefox + Forums Reply error Link to this post

    I did some more searching, and found http://www.silverstripe.com/extending-hacking-silverstripe-forum/flat/1449 which seems to have worked.

    But why? Will there be a Solution? But more importantly, does this change of removing

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>

    effect anything on my website?

    Thanks

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