On Apr 3, 8:42 pm, photoguy_...@yahoo.com wrote:
> Norton! What a pain in the butt!!!
> I've just spent a few days trying to do something really simple, and
> I'm furious!!!!
> I took some pictures on the weekend, and downloaded Web Picture
> Creator 1.8.
> Let's put them on my new domain I thought. Yeah right.
> Web Picture Creator 1.8 worked easily enough. After I cleared out
> some space.
> (turned that my hard drive was bad, and that wasted enough hours!)
> Then I uploaded everything to my domain. The web page loaded.
> But I can't see the pictures.
> I call the ISP. They can see the pictures. Hmm!
> The Norton logs say:
> Content Blocked:
> Date Time: 4/3/2007 2:38:55 PM
> Action: Blocked
> Type: Ad
> Data: IMG src="thumbnails/thumb_DSC_0973.JPG" (Reason: width=120
> I call Norton and finally get someone in India.
> Turn off ad blocking, and popup blocking. It works.
> So, Norton is the culprit.
> Norton Internet Security
> Status and settings,
> Privacy control
> Ad blocking
> Spend about 2 hours with Norton on the phone.
> The guy's solution: reinstall!
> I say No way. Send the expert.
> Eventually get a call back later from Symantec. The brains this
> We install TeamView. From:http://www.dyngate.com/licensing/
> It allows him to see my machine.
> He checks the webpage at:
> Below are the results of attempting to parse this document with an
> SGML parser.
> Error Line 15 column 162: required attribute "ALT" not specified.
> ...DSC_0961.JPG" width="120" height="80">
> given above is required for an element that you've used, but you have
> omitted it. For instance, in most HTML and XHTML document types the
> "type" attribute is required on the "script" element and the "alt"
> attribute is required for the "img" element.
> Typical values for type are type="text/css" for