When loading my web page I'm getting this error

"stack overflow at line 0"

What can be the reason for that? Is it related to the images I'm using in my site?

Thanks
S.M

SM,

Stack overflow is unlikely to do with images, though it could be to do with code that handles images (eg a preloader).

A stack overflow generally arises from a non-terminating recursive call. In other words, a function that calls itself but with no conditional test to prevent it calling again and again for ever (or such a test exists but it is failing).

Javascript (or any other language) can potentially give stack overflow with non-recursive calls, but it would be one large call stack. In most applications, non-recursive calls seldom go more than a few levels deep (say 6 or 7). Stack overflow typically occurs at a depth of somewhere in excess of 1000 (browser/version etc etc dependent).

Airshow

I was checking my javascript code with your suggestions and still did not find what can cause this error
Can it be related to the onMouseOver event I’m using for each msg in my page

<td><img onMouseOver="javascript:showdetails('11')"  src="img /image11.jpg" border=0  ></td>
<td><img onMouseOver="javascript:showdetails('12')"  src="img /image12.jpg" border=0  ></td>
 <td><img onMouseOver="javascript:showdetails('13')"  src="img /image13.jpg" border=0  ></td>

BR
S.M

The javascript error message should give a line number.

This will tell you the statement at which stack overflow occurs.

Airshow

Good links Ramesh.

It's good of Microsoft to identify the problem but how inadequeate is their "workaround"?

"To work around this problem, reduce the number of modal dialog boxes that are open at the same time. Follow the prompt in each of the modal dialog boxes to close them. "

Airshow

When loading my web page I'm getting this error

"stack overflow at line 0"

What can be the reason for that? Is it related to the images I'm using in my site?

Thanks
S.M

Im am also gettting this error combined with horrific graphics and text display on a perfetly fine monitor. Every other program shows up great in 1024/768 high color but any web based display including IE or other html type pages looks just awful.

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