the page is messed up until the page contains --> in a script tag or in HTML text
This is an issue because Site Meter (http://www.sitemeter.com) has code that
src="http://s11.sitemeter.com/js/counter.js?site=s11norules"> pulls the
This was an issue in 0.9.7-0.9.9 Windows as well. Dialogue with site meter did
not get the issue resolved on their end.
Browser, not engine ---> Layout
Robert, do we have to login to the site to see how it gets messed up?
When I simply load the site in Mozilla, it looks OK. What exactly are
the steps to reproduce this?
Better yet, would it be possible for you to write a small HTML testcase
and attach it to this bug via the "Create a New Attachment" link above?
I know it should start out with something like
but I'm not sure how it should continue after that - thanks.
Is there another script that writes out a "-->" somewhere? The script is
starting a comment and never finishing it, so I'd expect all content from there
to the next "-->" to be commented out; anything else would be incorrect....
Created attachment 83713 [details]
Reproduction of (perceived) bug caused by Site Meter code
comments). Feel free to ignore this bug and/or educate Site Meter.This could be
a wide spread issue, since Site Meter is fairly popular.
Ah, ok. This is only a problem because the page is in standards mode...
So over to evangelism to get Site Meter fixed.
Here is contact info: http://www.sitemeter.com/default.asp?action=contact
tech evang june 2003 reorg
The site does not use this script anymore.