The page above comes up blank in build #1999082316. (It seems to have worked some days ago, but unfortunately they also changed the page layout, so I am not sure.) The page contains a JS script which emits some document stuff and <NOSCRIPT>, followed by replacement text and </NOSCRIPT>, like this: --cut-- <!-- Add-Ad Start --> <CENTER> <IFRAME...> <SCRIPT><!-- document.write("stuff for use with JS <NOSCRIPT>"); //--></SCRIPT> stuff for use without JS </NOSCRIPT> </IFRAME> </CENTER> <!-- Add Ad End --> --cut-- Now the parsing seems to get confused by the single </NOSCRIPT> in the HTML. The DOM viewer shows as last recognized node the first "Add-Ad Start" comment, so it could even be an interaction with the IFRAME. Of course the whole HTML construct is rather questionable, but when I remove the </NOSCRIPT> tag it works.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 15346 ***