November 6, 2009

Script Error

I have spent the last 4 hours trying to decipher this script error pop up that locks up Firefox. (Sorry Callie!)

After removing numerous gadgets and trying to decipher several errors, I thought I would try the obvious and deal with the post itself. Since other posts were loading fine, it had to be something with that single post. I hit the edit button and tried the obvious first, I removed the labels, hit publish post and view and it loaded fine. Put the Farm Critters label back and it still loaded fine. Put the Dirt Cat label back and it locked up again.

Wish I had thought to check this before I deleted several of my widgets! So if you start getting a script error on your blog, try removing one or more of the labels you used for that post. I guess there is a glitch somewhere because other posts with this same label load fine.

I'm just glad I finally figured this out because stuff like this keeps me up all night trying to find an answer!


Callie said...

Wow! I never would have thought to check the labels as being the source of the problem. So glad you found the answer! Love your beautiful new rooster and hens.

Cheryl said...

Same with me - blog was not loading correct. Was up most of the night working on PC. Wiped it out today....grrrrrr...just gets to me also if not working great.

Arlene said...

So glad you solved it!!!

KentuckyFarmGirl said...

I think I solved it for Firefox but Callie is using Safari and it's still doing it on today's post.

I changed my comment box to the clickable link instead of the embedded. From what I have read that sometimes causes a problem for followers/posters of your blog with Safari. Hopefully Callie will stop back by and let me know if it's working now.


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