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Programming code is visible when viewing a page with Firefox, but not on other people's screens..
I've added some extra code to automatically show the correct language to visitors based on their location settings. This is working properly for the people who have checked it and they are only seeing the correct language, but the CODE is visible on the webpage when I check it on my own computer. I recognise it must be a Firefox setting on my computer, but can not determine which setting it is. Any help is appreciated.
I don't see it on my computer. Can you update to Firefox 63 and test there? Disable all add-ons as well.Read this answer in context 👍 1
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Sorry, I added a screenshot when I entered the question, but it must not have uploaded. Attached now.
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I don't see it on my computer. Can you update to Firefox 63 and test there? Disable all add-ons as well.
Square brackets are not used for HTML tags. Probably your page code needs to be preprocessed by a server-based platform (for example, a scripting engine such as ASP, JSP or PHP) for those brackets to be interpreted properly. When you open a file directly using a file:// address, the preprocessor is bypassed and you do not get a true view of how the page will render. Instead, you see raw and/or incomplete code.
Thanks Tyler!! I was running an old version. It kept doing an update, but always to an older version. Moving to Version 63 did it for me. Thanks!!!