User ( posted:

Hi Stephanie.. thanks for the suggestion.. I actually
did have the runtime viewer displayed. I found what
my problem was-

The part of the page that had the message "Javascript
is not supported in your browser" was actually inside

I had TOTALLY missed a section of code right above it
in the same returned page which did contain
tags, and
within that, a redirect link with a dynamic value I
was trying to capture.

Since I didn't know to capture the dynamic value before
this step, and instead went to capture it a couple of
steps later, I was always getting one of my frame pages
back with an error, which for some reason lead me to
think it was the javascript in the first place.

Pretty dumn huh? But thanks for all the help you've
been giving me! =) -alex

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