Any ideas folks? I'm stumped.
On Jan 20, 5:25 pm, Matt <guitarroman...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hmm... that file's a Google file so there's nothing I can do with it,
> plus you'd expect it to be working... hmm. I monitored the CPU usage,
> it shoots to 100% right when it crashes. I guess it's all the JS, but
> On Jan 20, 1:58 pm, freshteapot <ch...@freshteapot.net> wrote:
> > Hello Matt,
> > <script src="http://maps.google.com/intl/en_ALL/mapfiles/141e/
> > I would suggest running what tests you can on the individual scripts
> > before starting to run tests which you can then combine with other
> > libraries.
> > Run it in firefox and see what errors it triggers as something which
> > is causing IE to crash would probably give a little clue away at some
> > point.
> > Also, run IE with the taskmanager open and keep an eye on how much
> > memory it starts to use. It could be an indication of a script caught
> > in a loop.
> > On Jan 20, 10:32 pm, Matt <guitarroman...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > Hi there,
> > > I have a webpage demo up athttp://tinyurl.com/plstage(tinyURLso
> > > Google doesn't pick up the name...). We're using a lot of scripts:
> > > PT&Scripty, lightbox, a validation plugin and a slideshow script. I've
> > > tried removing these to test out why it would break the page in IE6,
> > > but short of removing them all at once, I can't seem to isolate the
> > > causes.
> > > Can anybody see anything on that page that could be causing IE to
> > > crash so catastrophically?
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