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Hi All,

I have HTML page with the vbscript code that navigates to the other page
<div class="leftnavdiv">
<ul class="leftnav">
<li>
<a href="<%= Application(" siteurl=") %>results.asp?sourceID=go&txtKeyword=">
View All Nonprofits</a>
</li>
</ul>
</div>

But i am getting an error like this "Character '< ', hexadecimal value 0x3c is illegal in XML attribute value "
What does that mean.Any solution for this kind of error.I am not into vbscript.

Thanks,
Priya.
Posted 15-Jun-12 10:06am
Edited 15-Jun-12 20:06pm
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SAKryukov at 15-Jun-12 21:43pm
   
Any special reason to use VBScript? It's proprietary; the standard is only JavaScript, so don't do a bad thing, to start with.
--SA

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Solution 1

if the error is referring to valid xml mark-up then try using "& lt;" (without spaces) instead of "<" in your xml string.
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