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Javascript errors when creating pages in XsitePro

csheridan
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Javascript errors when creating pages in XsitePro

Just trying to find out if this is common problem, or I need to uninstall/reinstall XSitePro2...trying to load articles into pages at XSitePro2 as per week 3.2 tutorial. When I paste an article into page 1, it's fine (although I get java script errors before I can get to WYSIWYG), but when I try to paste the second article into page 2, the 2 article shows up on 2 and 1! Is this my screw up or problem with my copy of xsitepro
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markling
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A common issue with creating web pages, and this also applies to XsitePro is pasting directly from a web page or a program like Word which will have embedded code that can interfere with your new web page.

I generally recommend you first paste into Notepad (Start button > Run > type Notepad and press Enter) then copy and paste from there into your new web page. This removes any buggy code which could be causing problems.
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csheridan
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Sigh. No joy. I was using Notepad. I uninstalled XSite and .Net Framework. Reinstalled. Same problem. When I try to paste in articles to pages, the first article is fine. When second article goes in to the second page, the first page is overwritten with the second article, I guess. Before I paste anything, I'm getting errors "Internet Explorer Script Error," just for opening the individual pages with the Design tab. I've put in a ticket at XSitePro, too. I appreciate any computer whiz advice that comes my way though...
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faradina
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Internet explorer script errors may be caused by any of the following:

1. Java Applets, Active scripting , ActiveX controls being blocked by the configuration of Internet Explorer, an anti-virus program, a PC firewall, or a network firewall.
2. Anti-virus software configured to scan Downloaded Program Files or Temporary Internet Files folders.
3. The relevant scripting engine on the computer is corrupt or outdated
4. Internet-related folders on the computer are corrupt
5. Corrupt or outdated video card drivers
6. Corrupt or outdated DirectX
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