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    Hidden Source Code

    http://www.saramedonline.com/ - appears to hide the source code.

    Looks like they use the following scripts:
    http://www.saramedonline.com/images.js
    http://www.saramedonline.com/cloaking.js

    and, obviously, the code:

    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" src="images.js">
    </SCRIPT>
    <SCRIPT language=JavaScript src="cloaking.js">
    </SCRIPT>

    I used Opera to view the source so it may only work in IE.

    Thoughts on this?

    Mxx
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    the source viewable for me in IE5.5
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    Now I'm confused

    The source is also now showing for me, but I swear it was debold earlier.

    What the huh?

    Mxx
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    been drinking lately?
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    It's strange - and no-one will believe me. Although I noticed I went to another site after that and it had the same problem, which I assumed was a hang on effect from the first site as it worked in a new window.

    Someone can delete this thread now - it's irrelevant.

    I'm going for a long lunch

    Mxx
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    Views fine in IE 6.0


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