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what is a (xml parsing error:not well-formed) and how to fix this

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what is a (xml parsing error:not well-formed) and how to fix this

URL of affected sites

http://sudburyfinecars.subarudealer.ca

Troubleshooting information

XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://sudburyfinecars.subarudealer.ca/WebPage.aspx?WebSiteID=205 Line Number 258, Column 152:

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DaveRo 18 solutions 175 answers

It means that the website code - as sent to the browser - contains errors.

This is often because the website has been compressed in some way by a 'proxy server. I've seen this happen on mobile phone connections. The site usually works fine on a non-mobile connection.

That site works fine here.

Question owner

I found the solution to my own problem by using Internet Explorer instead of Firefox, it turn out that the site i was trying to get into is an old site using proxy servers that Firefox doesn't read properly giving me the XML parsing error:not well-formed. Its not Firefox's fault its just letting you know that this could be a problem site if it lets you in.

Question owner

I have the same problem, with one of our federal government websites, how do I fix this in FF?!?!

Mike