Menu not displaying correctly in IE and Firefox popup problem.

  • chimera


    The site is

    I am having two problems. i don’t know if they are related. In IE the home page does not display the menu correctly but the other pages do.

    My other problem is when i view the home page in Firefox i can click anywhere on the page and it will only go to This is a spam site trying to sell something in a language other than English. It only does it on the home page and the page must be refreshed before it will do it again.

    Help please,



    Syahir Hakim


    There’s this code at the top of your site’s source code:

    <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

    That code causes the spammy behaviour you’re describing. Try open up the theme’s header.php file and see if somehow the code has been placed there near the top just before the <html ... line. If it is, delete it.

    If it’s not, you might wanna try disabling all your plugins and see if the problem still exists. If it does not, then you know that one of the plugins is adding that code to your site. Reactivate the plugin one by one to figure out which plugin is the culprit. Then throw it down a raging volcano. I heard the Popocatepetl volcano in Mexico is about ready to splurge red-hot lava now. Then make a noise about it.

    If none of the plugins are causing the issue, try deleting the theme and installing a fresh one again from

    If that still doesn’t fix it, we’ll figure something out.


    Kenneth John Odle


    The two may be related.

    The menu issue is related to javascript, which is what handles the drop-down function. Howevre, you have a bit of javascript showing up before the <doctype> declaration. This may be because your site has been hacked or because you have a plugin which is installing some of its own code. (Not all plugins are good plugins; as a result, you should only use plugins from the official WordPress plugin repository.)

    If it is a plugin, you can determine it by deactivating all your plugins, and then emptying both your browser and your server cache. (This might help.) Of course, if it is a really evil plugin, that data might be storied in the database somehow.

    If you have been hacked, I’m not sure how, but I’m sure others around here can advise you. And remember, Google Is Your Friend.

    Good luck,



    Kenneth John Odle


    Oops, Syahir beat me to it.



    I found this at the very first line of the index.php file.

    <script type=”text/javascript” src=””></script&gt;

    Is this it?



    That was it. It works properly, now all i have to do is figure out what put it there. Thank You.

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