Web page sometimes displays X X X X X X X X X at bottom when showing in a browser

Community Beginner ,
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I've built a website, which can be viewed at the following link HOME

Sometimes when viewing pages in a browser (Chrome/Safari/Firefox) it displays X X X X X X X X X at the very bottom and doesn't load everything on the page. Does anyone know why? Thank you.

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Ussnorway Most Valuable Participant , Jun 05, 2018
your timber code is blocked in some places under the new lawsalso the svg icons are placed wrong... you used copy | paste and that makes the image called paste i.e, http://tomlinson.itg.uk.com/test2/images/pasted-svg-39301x39.svg which many browsers (and non-Windows servers) don't like

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jun 05, 2018

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I was not able to reproduce your issue, could you provide a screenshot?

Best Regards,

Uwe

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Here we go...  Thank you.

Screen Shot 2018-06-05 at 16.48.58.png

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LEGEND ,
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I managed to reproduce it once(!) This is a row of small icons, named „cross.jpg“.

Could you check, if these assets appear in your „Assets“ panel? If yes, right click onto of them and choose „Go to Asset" to find it in your layout.

Perhaps this gives any insights.

I assume, that these „x" images are part of one of the countless 3rd party widgets on your site.

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your timber code is blocked in some places under the new laws

also the svg icons are placed wrong... you used copy | paste and that makes the image called paste i.e, http://tomlinson.itg.uk.com/test2/images/pasted-svg-39301x39.svg which many browsers (and non-Windows servers) don't like

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I got a JavaScript exception error on page load and could not see the page in Firefox.  

When I viewed the source code, I saw a critical error on line 811 denoting a forbidden code point  preceding Skirting board.   See screenshot.

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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Thanks everyone!

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