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The most recent HTTP 0 error I experienced came after I changed the htaccess file settings to redirect users to the URL with the "www".The HTTP 0 error I saw, which included the auto complete URL in the second line showed the URL didn't include the "www". So, what I found is that in this particular case, I had specified the Base URL in my file (I usually don't) - and the URL specified didn't include the "www". I'm using the File Framework module, with Attach and Bitcache. The path to my sites directory is C:/inetpub/wwwroot/aqua-sandbox/sites, and not C:/inetpub/wwwroot/sites.Confirm hat bug related to js and reproducible under opera 10 with any drupal 6 install bad news that d6 branch is frozen and it needs to test a large set of contrib modules which is working with this library Could this be fixed with a contrib javascript?

will be redirected to # uncomment and adapt the following: # Rewrite Cond % ^www\.example\.com$ [NC] # Rewrite Rule ^(.*)$ [L, R=301] # Modify the Rewrite Base if you are using Drupal in a subdirectory or in a # Virtual Document Root and the rewrite rules are not working properly. I am getting the same error with a file that is 1.25MB and larger than the max size. Uploads works with small files or images but bigger than 1 Mo I become the Upload error "An HTTP error 0 occurred. I've tried to install modules JQUERY FORM UPDATE (with JSALTER module) but the problem still occured. However, these are the essential two lines of the hack: I have this problem in all browsers.My case is a little special, because I am overwriting the default ['#ajax']['path'] with my own ['#ajax']['callback'], but I got the error none-the-less.Updating to the latest form.from malsup's site (the file is commented as being updated on 11/9/09) "fixed" the problem. It turns out that the sort-of-documented behavior that gets an "HTTP Error 0" is firefox 3 having an XMLHTTPRequest get aborted or interrupted - see Click Attach button to upload an image when creating content, there is a popup: "An an http 0 occurred upload/js" I try to disable the "Clean URLs" opiton and then got no error. Rewrite Engine on # If your site can be accessed both with and without the ' prefix, you # can use one of the following settings to redirect users to your preferred # URL, either WITH or WITHOUT the ' prefix. q=

will be redirected to # uncomment and adapt the following: # Rewrite Cond % ^www\.example\.com$ [NC] # Rewrite Rule ^(.*)$ [L, R=301] # Modify the Rewrite Base if you are using Drupal in a subdirectory or in a # Virtual Document Root and the rewrite rules are not working properly. I am getting the same error with a file that is 1.25MB and larger than the max size. Uploads works with small files or images but bigger than 1 Mo I become the Upload error "An HTTP error 0 occurred. I've tried to install modules JQUERY FORM UPDATE (with JSALTER module) but the problem still occured. However, these are the essential two lines of the hack: I have this problem in all browsers.

My case is a little special, because I am overwriting the default ['#ajax']['path'] with my own ['#ajax']['callback'], but I got the error none-the-less.

Updating to the latest form.from malsup's site (the file is commented as being updated on 11/9/09) "fixed" the problem. It turns out that the sort-of-documented behavior that gets an "HTTP Error 0" is firefox 3 having an XMLHTTPRequest get aborted or interrupted - see

Click Attach button to upload an image when creating content, there is a popup: "An an http 0 occurred upload/js" I try to disable the "Clean URLs" opiton and then got no error. Rewrite Engine on # If your site can be accessed both with and without the ' prefix, you # can use one of the following settings to redirect users to your preferred # URL, either WITH or WITHOUT the ' prefix. q=$1 [L, QSA] I made the change, and I wasn't able to get beyond the Drupal frontpage. Seems to be either an Opera or jquery.bug, I'm not sure.

Choose ONLY one option: # # To redirect all users to access the site WITH the ' prefix, # ( I have my Drupal install in a drupal directory like this: Updating jquery.to version 2.18 (with drupal comes 2.01) solved the problem for me (as described here: The funny thing is, that version 2.28 of jquery.(from malsup.com/jquery/form which is a few months younger than 2.18) fails again with the very same HTTP Error 0.

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will be redirected to # uncomment and adapt the following: # Rewrite Cond % ^www\.example\.com$ [NC] # Rewrite Rule ^(.*)$ [L, R=301] # Modify the Rewrite Base if you are using Drupal in a subdirectory or in a # Virtual Document Root and the rewrite rules are not working properly. I am getting the same error with a file that is 1.25MB and larger than the max size. Uploads works with small files or images but bigger than 1 Mo I become the Upload error "An HTTP error 0 occurred. I've tried to install modules JQUERY FORM UPDATE (with JSALTER module) but the problem still occured. However, these are the essential two lines of the hack: I have this problem in all browsers.My case is a little special, because I am overwriting the default ['#ajax']['path'] with my own ['#ajax']['callback'], but I got the error none-the-less.Updating to the latest form.from malsup's site (the file is commented as being updated on 11/9/09) "fixed" the problem. It turns out that the sort-of-documented behavior that gets an "HTTP Error 0" is firefox 3 having an XMLHTTPRequest get aborted or interrupted - see Click Attach button to upload an image when creating content, there is a popup: "An an http 0 occurred upload/js" I try to disable the "Clean URLs" opiton and then got no error. Rewrite Engine on # If your site can be accessed both with and without the ' prefix, you # can use one of the following settings to redirect users to your preferred # URL, either WITH or WITHOUT the ' prefix. q=$1 [L, QSA] I made the change, and I wasn't able to get beyond the Drupal frontpage. Seems to be either an Opera or jquery.bug, I'm not sure.Choose ONLY one option: # # To redirect all users to access the site WITH the ' prefix, # ( I have my Drupal install in a drupal directory like this: Updating jquery.to version 2.18 (with drupal comes 2.01) solved the problem for me (as described here: The funny thing is, that version 2.28 of jquery.(from malsup.com/jquery/form which is a few months younger than 2.18) fails again with the very same HTTP Error 0.

[L, QSA] I made the change, and I wasn't able to get beyond the Drupal frontpage. Seems to be either an Opera or jquery.bug, I'm not sure.Choose ONLY one option: # # To redirect all users to access the site WITH the ' prefix, # ( I have my Drupal install in a drupal directory like this: Updating jquery.to version 2.18 (with drupal comes 2.01) solved the problem for me (as described here: The funny thing is, that version 2.28 of jquery.(from malsup.com/jquery/form which is a few months younger than 2.18) fails again with the very same HTTP Error 0.

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