shawn modersohn wrote:
> The subject line is about the best I could come up with as a description
> to this little problem.
> Apparently my web hosting company (sbcyahoo) and whatever server they
> host their crap on likes to generate the following code after the
> </html> tag.
> <!-- text below generated by server. PLEASE REMOVE --><!--
> alt="setstats" border="0" width="1" height="1"></noscript>
> <IMG SRC="http://geo.yahoo.com/serv?s=76001405&t=1124152086" ALT=1
> WIDTH=1 HEIGHT=1>
> Which sucks because I would like to claim that my page is valid xhtml
> strict but nothing about that little snippet is valid anything.
Do you get free hosting from Yahoo? If so, I doubt they will do much on the
matter. Perhaps you can convince the support layer to push people up above
to remove their spyware snippets or at least make it all valid.
When Yahoo took over Geocities several years back, they got my homepage too
will do the same to Flickr.
> Does anyone have any idea what is going on other than lesson learned
> don't host with sbcyahoo. Short of anything else I am going to write a
> won't be valid on initial load but just for principles sake it might
> make me feel better.
I'm behind you, but you might want to tell your hosts about it too. It would
give them a reason to do something on the matter.
> I wrote an email to some support person somewhere
> but I doubt that is going to help. You can take a look for yourself at
Depending on the terms and conditions of the service, you might get some
quote of a paragraph which permits them to do what they do.
Roy S. Schestowitz