script error on IE8

  • Anonymous

    #2204

    I keep getting script errors when trying to load my blog, http://sugarcookiedesign.com/blog/ in IE 8. See below.

    Message: Access is denied to: http://sugarcookiedesign.com/blog/wp-content/themes/graphene/js/PIE.php

    Line: 0

    Char: 0

    Code: 0

    URI: http://www.sugarcookiedesign.com/blog/

    This does not happen in either Chrome 15 or Firefox 3.6.23.

    Thank you for your help. This is the first wordpress theme that I actually understood a little bit!

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #19347

    I don’t know. I tried this in IE8 and didn’t get this error.

    Have you tried this from another ISP? When I use the computers at my local library I get a weird error from IE on one of my blogs but not the other (but never get them when I use Firefox, or when I go to another library.)

    LindaB

    #19348

    Thank you for your suggestion. My friend looked at the blog in IE8 at his college and it came up with this error which narrowed it down:

    Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in D:Hosting8322205htmlblogwp-contentpluginseasy-sign-uplibincludesesu-widget-setup.php on line 5

    So my solution was to deactivate the plug-in, which seems to have helped. BUT….after deactivating the plug-in, I noticed that my slider border colors are not behaving correctly in IE8. In my Graphene Options Display under Slider, I have the top left color is #633b1c (brown) and bottom right color is #ffffff, but in EI8 is shows as brown all the way around. In Firefox, it is displayed correctly.

    So progress, but I’m still scratching my head.

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #19349

    Actually, IE8 and IE9 don’t display CSS gradients at all. The same thing happens with the slider on my bookblog. So it’s not really a theme or a plugin issue with regard to that issue.

    There are a lot of other sign up widgets out there, though. You might want to try one of those. You can see them in the plugin repository.

    LindaB

    #19350

    Thank you for your response. At least I won’t be spinning my wheels on that one! I’ve found that even removing the sign up widget, it has gone back to giving me errors. It seems to have a problem immediately and the information bar down at the bottom shows that it has an error while downloading http://o.gravatar.com/avatar/8e615e26634ffbae0b…..etc. This seems to be a consistent theme. But I can’t find anybody else having an issue involving this in the manner that I am.

    Also, I am able to have the Windows Internet Explorer error box open while it is loading the page, and the original error that I posted before, where access is denied pops up with my header and slider box showing. I click “close” in the error box 4 times, and then my post appears, I click close again a couple of times, and then a widget in the sidebar shows up, I click again, and another widget in the sidebar shows up. So it’s stepping through the whole loading process.

    At this point I have reactivated my newsletter sign-up since that apparently wasn’t the cause of my problems and it works fine in Chrome and Firefox. So do I just give up with IE??? Very frustrating!

    If you have any other ideas, they would be greatly appreciated. Heck, I just appreciate the fact that you read this post! I don’t mean to be long-winded, but sometimes just the right word can trigger an idea.

    Thank you again for your time.

    LindaB

    #19351

    My friend just recently tried to load my blog page again in IE8 and this is the error message that popped up.

    Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in D:Hosting8322205htmlblogwp-includesvars.php on line 16

    But everything that I have found researching this has something to do with updating. I have not updated since doing my initial wordpress install a couple of weeks ago. I have version 3.2.1

    Josh

    #19352

    Let me begin by saying I am not fond of IE, in any capacity. And I’m not the least bit surprised to say I have trouble loading your page as well.

    It looks to me like it is a script somewhere either getting “hung up” or timing out.

    I had it for a second in the browser window, but I wasn’t able to copy it. I’ll try again.

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