> I am very sorry to be a nuisance or perhaps the courier of the annoying
> news. Look at the bright side though. It's possible that such disappear-
> ance is trivially and quickly reversible.
No worries Roy - it was Firefox wasn't it? - I installed it myself, saw the
error - removed the offending line in the global.asa file and Firefox can
now read it with no errors.
Now, I guess google, etc may use spiders that stall on such errors too and
that's why we are no longer on their directories? I guess we'll have to wait
a few days / weeks / months! Any clues from anyone who has experienced such
errors in the spidering of their sites before?
So, why oh why did Firefox not like the rather simple line:
objRst("Browser")= objRst("Browser") & objBrowser.majorver