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From "Chris Taylor" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] huge/bug problem.
Date Sun, 01 Sep 2002 13:30:09 GMT
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I'm a little confused what exactly the problem here is, but your
first thing seems to be that (in IE?) the "loading bar" goes up
several times: "but it keep hitting like as am a setting a timer of
0.2 seconds to each request"? This is an IE thing AFAIK, it may be to
do with your use of frames (as it loads each page), as you imply

> i start to see some portion of the HTML code generated by the
> script into the IE 5.5, i suspect that i have written some typo or
> something, NO, in my script, there is no copyright, nor trademark
> sign, guess what?, i recieve it in the result !!?, 

Not quite sure what you mean here, are you seeing unexpected results
from the CGI script? One thing I noticed with MySQL was the way it
stored certain special characters (in my case it was the "cubed"/^3)
symbol is different if it is entered via PHP or the MySQL console.
This could easily be a character set issue, and probably not an
Apache one. If you could provide a URL to this script and the
relevant source for it, that would be very helpful.

> not only that, i had a link
> that should its target is to another frame named "contents", after
> apache/IE get somehow crazy, i start getting the target in a totaly
> new window??  

This is (probably) a coding error. Double check all your frame names
etc in the frameset page, and make sure it's all being generated
correctly by the CGI. I can't think of any reason why Apache would be
at fault here (it doesn't see the output of CGI anyway AFAIK). It's
possibly an IE error, there are plenty of them ;)


Chris Taylor - The guy with the PS2 WebServer
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