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Last one for today i promise!

I have been getting persistent error message pop-ups at apparently random intervals. I just replicated it by going into my own profile page and got the following pop up;

Error Pop-Up said

An error occurred when loading this screen onto the web browser. You are being notified of this as you are staff. If you believe this is a bug in the website software, please contact ocProducts with full details. More details are available in your browser's error console. The error was: 7257: event is not defined http://www.dietjustice.net/portal/index.php?page=members&type=view&id=ollie


Its not showing up in the sites error log, so im guessing its a problem on my end. I took a look in the firefox error console and found the following "Warnings" as opposed to "Errors". At 13:43:12 i had numerous variations of the following;

Firefox Warnings said

Timestamp: 14/05/2012 13:43:12
Warning: Error in parsing value for 'filter'.  Declaration dropped.
Source File: http://www.dietjustice.net/portal/index.php?page=members&type=view&id=ollie
Line: 0


This is the first time i have looked through the browser error console, and there are hundreds of "Declaration Dropped" warnings for various "Unknown Properties".

I realise i've asked a heap of questions today, i very much appreciate your patience in answering them! :)
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I noticed as i use the ocPortal site, including when posting this post, i get about several warning messages every time i do something.

Im guessing this is another javascript / firefox nightmare?
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10 green bottles


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9 green bottles

EDIT: Now 8 green bottles


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Ok, that'll do for Firefox testing for now ;).


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Ok so the first issue was fixed for Friendly here…

View topic: getting replace_comments_form_with_ajax is not defined error - ocPortal.com

The other, I could not track down. Firefox is logging some CSS errors, but they're not something to worry about. I don't think they're coming from ocPortal actually, possibly something like Google Translate or Facebook Connect. Firefox fails to log the origin or give any tools for debugging it - it quotes the .htm page that originally included in the Javascript that led to the error (but that could be about anything).


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Hi Chris,

So sorry for how long its taken me to reply. I've uploaded the file…i did send you a message but having read friendlys thread in more detail it rended my question moot.

The problem is solved tho, thanks again
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