To see this, visit the page in URL above. ==> The images of four frames show up unmatched in broken pieces. bld: Linux 11-29-08-M12.
I created a reduces test case, but unfortunately the reduced test case displays correctly most of the time
Narrowing it down a little. The problems seems to be the 'A HREF="/imac"' that is displayed. Dumping of the content model shows this: body@00ECCCCC bgcolor=white refcount=3< Text@00EE0678 refcount=3<\n\t\t> Comment@00EE06F0 refcount=2<!-- START TITLE --> Text@00EE0870 refcount=3<\n\t\t> table@00EE08F4 width=600 border=0 cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0 refcount=6< tbody@00F48E84 refcount=3< tr@00EE0B34 refcount=3< td@00EE0C98 width=600 valign=Top align=Left refcount=4< Text@00EE0F88 refcount=3<\nA HREF="/imac/">> That explains where 'A HREF="/imac"' comes from
Looking at the source HTML I see this: <A HREF="/imac/"><IMG SRC="http: and so it appears that somewhere along the way the '<' gets lost. Looks to be a parser issue so assigning to Harish so he can take a look. Harish: ignore my reduced test case and load http://www.apple.com from the Web. I couldn't reproduce the problem when I used a local copy of the Web page
Fixed in my tree awaiting opportunity to check in.
Fixed by update to elementtable.
With the latest build (2000010308), the problem appears to be fixed.