And when I rendered the page, I ended up with nothing but a white form. Figuring that I had put something funky in the html, I rendered it in Internet Explorer. I got the same white background with no html rendering. My first thought was that something was causing cassini to crash during the request, but I wasn’t getting any errors.
It started working immediately. In fact, if I had bothered to open it up in Opera, it would have rendered just fine. Interestingly enough, Firefox is okay with self-closing script tags as long as the last script tag is not self closed. Interesting parsing behavior.
So anyways, I know I have come across this error before, and since I once again wasted a ridiculous amount of time on this; I wanted to get this up on my blog. Now I will remember it for the future and hopefully help someone else out in the process. Just don’t make fun of me too bad.
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