My pleasure, Lucy. Trying to spread some truth and objectivity is what it's all about. I've got a few Palestinian sites which I visit regularly for finding out what's actually happening there (some blogrolled, others not).Lucy said:...
Thanks for the link, Amelopsis. One of the things that drives me crazy is that Israeli casualties are humanized while Palestinian casualties, especially the children, are deliberately kept as merely numbers...and that keeps them less than human and easier to not care about. I'm adding the link to http://rememberthesechildren.org/remember2006.html
to my blog.
You'll probably get the message if you are using Internet Explorer as your web browser. In the advance option menu of IE, there is a check box which says something like "show errors in pages" and by default it is ticked. What that means is that if there is a html error in the page that you are viewing, you will get that "runtime time error message". Just go to the advance option of IE and untick that box and it will stop displaying that error message. Alternatively use some other program as a browser, example Fire Fox, Opera, Netscape, etc. I use Fire Fox and I don't get that message.dant said:Getting to your page reported a runtime object error at line 557.
Thought I'd let you know.
Okay, now I have some idea of what you were trying to tell me. Thanks for the explanation.dant said:It appears that the error message is saying that there
is a piece of code written somewhere in your page that
is expecting some type of an "object" and yet this "object"
either does not exist, is mistyped, or misused, thus the
From your URL line, you have:
The URL given above can be broken down as:
Web File: index.cfm
Clearly, the above arguments has to be passed into this file (index.cfm)
and has to be parsed out, handled, and processed. Somewhere in this
file, there is a piece of code that is not recognizing an object as it is written.
In this case I did a copy and paste the url provided by myspace and used the BBCode provided here to turn it into a hyperlink...I'm lazy and rely on shortcuts as a matter of course. So I'm supposing the programmers at myspace are as lazy as I am. And, somehow I doubt that myspace programmers care much about "good" versus "lazy" programming and wouldn't pay much attention to me pointing this out to them. : )dant said:You will need to contact the person who developed this code, to debug
this code and to find the offending piece of code causing this error.