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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:22
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Question Members are saying that my site/board causes their pc's to shut down.

I find this a little far fetched and think its maybe a browser issue, or something non-VB related... but thought I'd ask here anyways.

My Members are saying its only when they come to my site, my board, and are in the middle of posting, their whole pc shuts down on its own. Of course without me seeing this personally, its hard to troubleshoot.

Is there anything that I should know about that maybe any hacks, coding or anything of VB that could cause this? Is there some kind of error log that is maybe generated in the AdminCP that I can check?

Thanks for any help.
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:28
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if it's the link in your sig, it isn't even loading for me
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:36
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sorry.. that was a sig error. the link is now fixed.. it was beyondmommiescom, left out the "."
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:39
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My browser doesn't crash (I'm not a PC user either), however I did run that page through an html validator and you have quite a few errors and several warnings. Perhaps if you took care of those, the problem would go away?
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:45
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Thanks. How would I do what is suggested? Im not sure what an HTML Validator is, so I can't even begin to understand what errors I have.

Is the validator browswer specific (IE, firefox, etc.) or does it not matter?
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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:47
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no it just validates the coding

http://validator.w3.org/

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Old 15 Oct 2008, 21:49
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Here you go - http://validator.w3.org/

And no, it is not browser specific. It's just that different browsers handle different errors, um... differently!
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