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    Css include file

    Having a slight issue including an htm file getting the following error:

    [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    The page this is happening on is at the bottom of

    http://www.graffiti2ministries.org/Student%20Spotlight/


    Any ideas? Thanks in advance,

    Chris

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    Something happened on the server side of things...Because that error text is in the page. What is in that space in your code? A counter, perhaps? Maybe a FrontPage Widget of some sort?
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    Wow nice site. Reminds me of my youth in NYC

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    Change htm to html
    ALWAYS remember to validate your code

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    Quote Originally Posted by codingmasta
    Change htm to html
    That's not necessary. They are both valid endings.

    Wow nice site.
    I second the thought!

    We probably need to see the server side code in order to be able to help.

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    Don't forget to save everyone time and mark your thread as Resolved :)

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