see the link [URL="http://www.gfln.org/Regsiteration.aspx"]http://www.gfln.org/Regsiteration.aspx[/URL] and click on radio button from 1 to 7 IE produces div (as many as clicked) but in forefox it got some how hang .please post back me if i need explain any thing else in my problem any urgent reply is highly appreciated

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Just [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story283037.html"]weeks [/URL]after Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales came under criticism for being overly zealous about removing information, particularly images, that could be considered to be child pornography from the electronic encyclopedia, the site is being accused by Fox News of harboring pedophiles. "Wikipedia has become home base for a loose worldwide network of pedophiles who are campaigning to spin the popular online encyclopedia in their favor and are trying to lure more people into their world, an investigation by FoxNews.com confirms," according to an [URL="http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/06/25/exclusive-pedophiles-find-home-on-wikipedia/#content"]article[/URL] on Fox News. Eek. In reading the article on the investigation, one learns that it …

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In response to [URL="http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2010/04/27/wikipedia-child-porn-larry-sanger-fbi/"]claims [/URL]from cofounder Larry Sanger that Wikimedia is harboring images of child pornography, founder Jimmy Wales has gone on a search-and-destroy mission against pornographic images in the company's family of websites, causing an outcry about his heavy handedness and resulting in his [URL="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/wikipedia/7711486/Wikipedia-porn-row-sees-founder-give-up-his-editing-privileges.html"]giving [/URL]up some privileges to delete further content. The images in question were not in Wikipedia per se, but in the Wikimedia [URL="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikimedia_Commons"]Commons[/URL], an online repository of free-use images, sound and other media files. Sanger sent a letter to the FBI earlier this month outlining his concerns and identifying two specific Wikimedia Commons categories he …

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I just read on a blog about how Fox News had a blogger and this blogger developed a strong following. The importance about this blogger was that the visitors to his blog also visited other pages of Fox site and this is what content publisher sites really desire - to increase the stickiness value of site visitors. But guess what? When the blogger was dismissed, the bloggers visitors did not return to the site. Thus, this brings up an important question - who owns the social media conversation when someone leaves a company? [url]http://searchenginewatch.com/3635256[/url]

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The End.