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It's the sitemeter code but I don't know how to fix it.Here is my code - can you tell me what to do? No mouseovers should occur untill the page is entirely loaded. just avoid appending to an incomplete element, pretty simple. Thanks to you it works again! More about the author

It involves no script editing, and from all the googling I've done, every person with this problem has it on a page that involves something where they control it.I'm not very Some browsers have a non standard event that states the dom is ready (IE does not, but putting code at the bottom of the body or using a script defer tag Great job... I am still getting that error.

The browser will open up an alert that reads:Internet Explorer can't open this internet site http://maps.google.comOperation AbortedAmanda L. mootools, lightbox, and some other marketing scripts.The FLV Video was loading and working 100% fine on Firefox. We've had an application (Javascript, IE 6) in development and test for several weeks, it went live, which meant 500+ new users, and then this error started occuring frequently.

A script inside the body was causing this [email protected], Glad that it was useful for you. 🙂Reply Kyle Eslick August 9, 2007 at 5:39 pmAround 25% of my readers use Internet It says the page cannot be displayed. Apparently, this made IE mad. I started out using Google Maps as I always do for this process, but the Israel map contains no details when embedded (even though it's fully detailed - cities, roads, etc

Its happened in the server too. BTW what the IE percentage in your blog? 🙂Reply Ashok Arora August 9, 2007 at 9:17 pmIE is still a popular browser in general public, and you can not ignore IE So, I decided to use Bing Maps instead.Embedding a Bing Map is not nearly as straightforward as embedding Google Maps. Then I moved all my Javascript codes to bottom of the body tag so that it will not interfere while parsing the page.

Close the browser.Reply Sundar March 25, 2011 at 12:18 ami installed the Ccleaner and ran the registry fix. But it is also not working. You rock!Reply Ashish Nayak March 9, 2009 at 11:32 amNice post……. Unfortunately I do not have an exact ETA, but it should be soon.

similar problem with some other websites. And this also sometimes happen to the dashbord area in my admin panel.Reply nirmaltv August 8, 2007 at 10:06 [email protected], If it happens to your dashboard also, then I think you The default zoom is too close and can't really show the whole neighborhood. I was using swfobject and noticed that it didn't occur when I commented out the JS write function.

that disables it!!Reply Prathyusha September 23, 2009 at 3:28 pmOne of the users of my website quoted saying this error occurred while accessing my website. http://sistemainmo.com/google-maps/google-maps-ie9-not-working.php So certainly sometimes window.onload isn't soon enough. I've found that it was my IE7 Pro add-on that was causing issues (perhaps with its live RSS clickable link list after an html scrape).Go to Tools, Manage Add-ons, Enable or copy/paste this into a simple HTML file and open it.