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This page can't be displayed - First Form DevelopedAsked by Craig Andree on April 24, 2013 at 11:07 AM
He, the above URL yields this message. I can't preview nor actually view the page in IE. I searched the forum to no avail. Thanks in advance for your help.
I am unable to reproduce this issue. I am able to view your form without any error message.
Request you to clear your browser cache and view your form. Let us know if you continue to have this issue.
Thank you for your assistance!
- refreshed browser cache. This did nothing
- opened up Chrome and form, I got Error 118 (net::ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT): The operation timed out.
- I created my second form. With only text and a submit button. Very simple. This worked fine. I was also able to embed this form into my VS development form for testing. When I embed the first form, and more complex one, it did not display the embeded form.
- My thinking is that this form is corrupted in some way. However, I took the source and put it into VS and was able to have the form displayed. So, it is something within the jobform served up form that is not working.
I dont think that form is corrupted as i am able to view it correctly. I was even able to do do a test submission successfully.
Please let us know the URL where you have embedded your and we will check it.
No, it was corrupted. I cloned it without changing anything. And the cloned version works. I was even able to test it embeded into an html page.
You can consider this solved. Who knows why this was acting this way.
Thanks for your help.
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