HAHAHAHAHAHA! did you really get that? Or did you somehow do it? I would not be surprised if you really got that, because the post title has been changed.
No that's a standard Internet Explorer error message that Microsoft claims is fixed in IE 8 - which happens to be what I'm running. It's not related to the name change though. According to MS support "This problem occurs because a child container HTML element contains script that tries to modify the parent container element of the child container. The script tries to modify the parent container element by using either the innerHTML method or the appendChild method."So in layperson's terms this sounds like the parent container is exercising her right to control its own container.
Call the Vatican! SUZANNE caused an abortion! There's an excommunication that needs to occur!
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