Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Site and Forum Feedback' started by Markleshark, Apr 16, 2008.
I'm sure you already know, but I get the following error on the front page.
What did you do to it?
I saw it was broken too, but a second later it was fixed so no biggie
Must be a Carlisle thing.
Yup me too.
At first I thought it was Apple Legal wiping any mention of the OpenMac off the face of the earth, but no, nothing so exciting.
According to Google, it's a very common error, and comes from leaving a ' or " off the end of a line (or sometimes a ; or } )
Does this mean a change in the MR CSS was attempted and entered incorrectly?
With no testing? Tsk tsk..
EDIT: Holy hasty Dreamweaver upload, it's now fixed. That's quick thinking Batman!
My tubes must have been blocked after someone threw their toilet waste out of the window.
All working again now.
Well, this is a PHP error message. CSS doesn't do error messages alone - CSS is handled on the client side.
in this case, the css is being output by php, i'd assume. the two can integrate to do some funky stuffs.
I'm not entirely sure why the file is called css but it doesn't actually have anything to do with CSS Just me forgetting a \ or two, nothing to see here... move along