500-100 asp page only displays 0x0 error

0
37

I’m not sure if I just spent too many hours on my laptop and so the website would be very slow, or if I’m just doing something wrong, but I can’t seem to find any errors when loading 500-100 asp pages. I’ve tried refreshing, going to the address bar, and even restarting the browser.

Try changing the url, and trying again. Try refreshing the page. Try a different browser. Try different computers. Try loading the page to a different IP address. Try using a different operating system.

A few years back, I used to have a very basic website for my dad’s job. Not really a website, and he had a bad experience when I tried it.

Why not just make it an image? I guess the idea is to make it look like a page with every page loading a lot more. The page loads faster when you change the url, because once you have that url, it’s the same page you want.

The problem is that in Internet Explorer, when you visit a specific url, it will use the first available page on that url to determine what to display. If you have a 500-100 asp page, if you hit the page, the browser will display the page in the order in which it is displayed on the page.

In this way, for each page load, the page will look as if it was only loaded once. This allows you to find out what page to load, and the results will be what the page will look like.

For more info, see the article on page size. It’s the only page in the world that will show the page in its entirety.

You can change the page’s size (or the page itself) by setting it to the same size as its last page load, and then the page should display the page as a 300-500px wide page. In this case, it will be the same size as the last page load, but with the extra margin, which means you can change it as well.

It’s quite possible that its possible for 500-100 to display only a 0x0 error (i.e. to display the ‘page’ in its entirety) when you make a change that has a negative impact on the page size. The ‘page’ might even be blank (which is often the case when you change the page size) or it might still display as it did before you made the change.

This particular error can be corrected by clearing the contents of the CSS file, which will also clear the overflow of the browser window. This is typically done by going to the CSS file and removing the overflow property, then re-adding it.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here