anything between <!-- and --> in HTML is jut a comment and normally it is not essential for the page to work
it normally pops up when you open which page ? can u show the code implemtnted in the whole thing ?
Also why using a table for such a simple page ?? give it up
Last edited by Dark Tranquility; Apr 29, 2005 at 16:43.
It's a security "feature" of microsoft's internet explorer.
This "comment" is inserted whenever a web-page is saved to disk.
By this the IE declares a file to be in the so called internet zone even if it's opened from your local hard disk. But IE prevents internet webpages to open local files. Thus this pseudo internet page cannot use e.g. a windows.open() command to open another file on your disk which doesn't have the same "comment" line. Consequently the scripting error is of type "access denied".
I realized it couldn't even _link_ to local pages. IE silently behaved as if the linked page didn't exist...
To make scripts and links work you should either remove all those "saved from url" comments from your files or you should make sure that all linked files do contain that line.
You may want to google for "saved from url" (_with_ the quotes to make google look for the complete phrase instead for each word seperately).