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in my jsp page, there is following lines:
<iframe id="calCover" src="BLOCKED SCRIPT'<html></html>';" scrolling="no" frameborder="0"
i don't know what it means, it seems useless, who can explain to me?
otherwise, when i run loadrunner, it always complain 404 error "File not found: /BLOCKED SCRIPT", who can help? can i remove it? thanks
It's not something I've ever heard of, but a google search shows it in a number of online examples. But nowhere could I find any explanation of what it is supposed to do.
It looks like its intention is to provide inline markup for the body of the iframe, but I couldn't get it to do anything except 404 in any browser I tried (pretty much all but IE, as I don't have Windows).
It could be an IE-only extension as most of the examples I found were on .Net sites, but I have no idea. In any case, if it's not cross-browser, it shouldn't be used.
thanks, i have tried in IE and chrome, no error reported. and i have checked some document about iframe, it said the src property should Specify the URL of the document to show in an iframe, it can be file path or java script, i could not find any explain about "BLOCKED SCRIPT". and i find that it seems this iframe blocks are useless, because it does not insert any documents into the page yet.