document.write('<div style="display:none;"></div>');in the file http://www.microsoft.com/library/toolbar/toolbar.js, which is invoked by Microsoft web pages to set up their menu. For some reason, executing this particular statement during page loading drives Netscape 4.7x bonkers.
<LAYER visibility="hide"><DIV style="display:none;"> <IMG src="http://c.microsoft.com/trans_pixel.gif?source=www&TYPE=PV&p=&r=http%3A//www.kegel.com/jbug.html" height="0" width="0" hspace="0" vspace="0" Border="0"></DIV></LAYER><DIV Ttyle="display:none;">Notice that bogus
DIV Ttyle="display:none"? That shouldn't be there. For some reason, under Linux, the page terminates right after that bogus code; perhaps the Linux executable inserts a null byte, who knows. Under Windows, Netscape at least continues on with the page.
Under Netscape 4.7x on either Linux or Windows on my machines, here's how they behave:
www.microsoft.com shows both symptoms, but only under Linux.
In the meantime, Microsoft should change the routine buildIMG() in http://www.microsoft.com/library/toolbar/toolbar.js to use some other means of hiding their tracking web bug. The div tag with style="display:none" seems to trigger a Netscape bug.
You are one of a VERY few sites I have found that comment on the NS4 'Ttyle' error.
I just wanted to comment that (wierdly enough) when I include a 'width=100%' (or any other width) element to the style, the 'Ttyle' error disappears.
Thanks for your page, it helped convince me that I wasn't going insane.