[Pro] Code on my site that shouldn't be there

I put together a site at http://www.nudephotopro.com with some help a while ago and it included one of those addthis share buttons at the bottom of the page, but I later removed it and all appeared fine.

Last night I was just checking over the site and wanted to verify that everything was OK if I enlarged the text only in Safari. When the text was make bigger (cmd+) by two clicks it all looked good but very mysteriously on the 3rd click the addthis share button suddenly appears in the middle of the page, albeit non functioning. Looking at the source code I can see that for some reason that code remains, but I am rather baffled by what has happened here and wondered if any of the cleverer Freeway users might know the answer and possibly how to fix it? Looking in page view I cannot see any sign of the button and there is no html markup.

Thanks

Ashley


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The Addthis button codes is definately part of your page. It appears to be associated with an iFrame.


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This is a mystery because I remember removing the code and I’d never even heard of an iframe before you mentioned it. The button was right down the bottom previously by the contact menu item.


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The code is outside the “pagediv” just before the tag. Check your page for HTML markup from the Page menu. I’m guessing you have some markup inserted “before ”.


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On 18 Nov 2009, 4:48 pm, chuckamuck wrote:

The code is outside the “pagediv” just before the tag. Check your page for HTML markup from the Page menu. I’m guessing you have some markup inserted "before ".

Grrrr…darn this web forum text fiddling! There should be a slash before “body” above but thanks to the web forum it got axed.


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No I’d checked that before. There isn’t a single piece of HTML markup on the page menu for that page or any other.


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Yes an iFrame in there

In your site pane in FW(LHS) toggle from Site to Page and in the item list look for the one called _atssh

It is only 1px square so will be difficult to see

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I’ve just looked there and can’t see any sign of it. I know it’s in the page source, but it’s not showing up in the page view as you suggested. See the image here:

http://www.nudephotopro.com/screenshot_43.jpg

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Yes I looked a page with an iFrame and it didn’t show as an id like that.

Click on each item in the site panel and identify it on the page. Once selected then name them instead of item 1, item 2 etc and see what is left after a process of elimination.

I suspect that it is hiding behind your RH block of text item 4, 14 or 9 maybe? What is item 20? I see it has an action attached.

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Actually I think it is behind your grey text box.

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Sorry for this very belated reply. Things just became rather busy and this code puzzle was placed on the back burner, but I was reminded of the problem when just trying the Google Chrome browser for the first time. The site was slow to load and at the bottom I saw a small note that read “waiting for addthis”. That spurred me on to find the culprit.

In page view it actually took just a few seconds to discover that the code was still lurking underneath an image on the page and I was simply able to delete that item. It is still a mystery though why it was there at all because the markup item was originally placed much further down the page right at the bottom and it visibly disappeared from site when I deleted it from the page.

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