Re: How to break out of a loop?
Tony Raven wrote:
> I am caught on a webpage that throws up an authorisation window for an
> ftp link that requires a username and password. While that window is
> open I cannot do anything with Firefox - change tabs, close them or even
> close Firefox. If I click OK or Cancel or just close the box I get
> instantaneously another Alert box saying "530 Sorry no ANONYMOUS access
> allowed". While that box is open I still can't do anything with
> Firefox. If I click Cancel or close the Alert box, the Authorisation
> box instantaneously replaces it and I am back where I started. The only
> way I have found out of it is to shut down Firefox from the Task Manager
> but there must be another way out - isn't there? What I really would
> like to do is shut down the one tab causing the problem but I can't.
> It opens without problems in IE7
> If you want to try it the offending web page is
The Site was made with Microsoft office when you look at the source code
it's a rubbish . There are links that call upon FTP like
ftp://hd6010898.ourhost.cn/index_files/image763.gif ,thats why you get
the FTP login screen. You should send the Owner of the site a e-mail to
change ftp to http in his source code.
I managed to get rid of the login screen by pressing the escape button a
few times while clicking on the ok buttons.
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