Script Error

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Yorkshire Traveller

I've recently upgraded form FrontPage 2002 to 2003.

When I view pages in 'Preview' I am now getting the following error message:

An error has occurred in the script on this page
Line: 1
Char: 1
Error: Invalid Character
Code: 0
URL:
file:///C:/Program%20Files/Microsoft%20Office/OFFICE11/fpclass/animate.js

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?
Yes/No

On several of my pages I have a Dynamic Effect: Drop in by word.which I
assume is creating this problem. This also occurs when creating anew page
with the same Dynamic Effect so not only with existing webs.

Everything worked fine with FrontPage 2002 so not sure what the problem is
in 2003.

I'd appreciate any advice that the Forum can give.

Nigel.
 
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Trevor Lawrence

Yorkshire Traveller said:
I've recently upgraded form FrontPage 2002 to 2003.

When I view pages in 'Preview' I am now getting the following error
message:

An error has occurred in the script on this page
Line: 1
Char: 1
Error: Invalid Character
Code: 0
URL:
file:///C:/Program%20Files/Microsoft%20Office/OFFICE11/fpclass/animate.js

Do you want to continue running scripts on this page?
Yes/No

On several of my pages I have a Dynamic Effect: Drop in by word.which I
assume is creating this problem. This also occurs when creating anew page
with the same Dynamic Effect so not only with existing webs.

Everything worked fine with FrontPage 2002 so not sure what the problem is
in 2003.

I'd appreciate any advice that the Forum can give.


I don't know whether I would be the person, but if someone is to help,
please post the name as
http://.........../fpclass/animate.js
that is, as a reference to a page on the web

Perhaps a reference to the HTML page would also help
 
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Yorkshire Traveller

Trevor Lawrence said:
I don't know whether I would be the person, but if someone is to help,
please post the name as
http://.........../fpclass/animate.js
that is, as a reference to a page on the web

Perhaps a reference to the HTML page would also help

Trevor:

Are you asking for more information from me? If so, I'm afraid I don't
understand your question - I'm afraid I'm not a very techie person!

Nigel.
 
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Trevor Lawrence

Yorkshire Traveller said:
Trevor:

Are you asking for more information from me? If so, I'm afraid I don't
understand your question - I'm afraid I'm not a very techie person!

Nigel.

Hi Nigel,

If the web site is published to a server, then it has a web address. For
example in my signature below, the page is
http://ratec.actbus.net/index.html

This is what people need so that they can see what is (and is not) happening
and try to diagnose the problem

Cheers
 
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Yorkshire Traveller

Trevor Lawrence said:
Hi Nigel,

If the web site is published to a server, then it has a web address. For
example in my signature below, the page is
http://ratec.actbus.net/index.html

This is what people need so that they can see what is (and is not) happening
and try to diagnose the problem

Cheers
--
Trevor Lawrence
Secretary and Webmaster
The Retired ACT Transport Employees Club
Web Site http://ratec.actbus.net/index.html

Hi Trevor:

I have a personal and club website that I look after. Both look fine on the
web, it's only when editing/checking using FrontPage 2003 in the 'Preview'
pane that I'm having problems. Everything worked fine in FrontPage 2002.
Perhaps I should just uninstall 2003 and go back to the 2002 version?

Here are my sites:

http://www.micromaniacsclub.co.uk/

and

http://homepages.tesco.net/nigelowen

Thanks again for you help and advice.

Nigel.
 
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Ronx

Use Preview in Browser instead of Preview pane. That way you see how the
page will appear in a real browser, as well as being able to run JavaScript.
In my opinion FP2003, despite its idiosyncrasies, is a much better web
site/page editor than FP2002.

--
Ron Symonds
Microsoft MVP (Expression Web)
http://www.rxs-enterprises.org/fp

Reply only to group - emails will be deleted unread.
 
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Hot-text

Preview JavaScript in FrontPage Editor will gave ERROR..... You need to
Preview your webpage in a web Browser like IE, NN, FF or Opera
To see if it working right!
Not your Editor Browser but a Web Browser
 
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Yorkshire Traveller

Many, many thanks - Preview in browser works fine.

Everyones help is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

Nigel.
 

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