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    Default html geeks, help!

    my website has a comment page for visitors to leave comments that allows html. some visitor wrote code that embeds extremely long objects, like this:

    the width=900000000 stretches my comment page miles wide.

    is there any way i can restrict the width and length of the graphic display of embeded objects?

    thanks a million!

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    opps. somehow i missed the code part. its something like this:

    embed src="sample.mp3" autostart="true"......width=9000000000.....

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    well if you allow HTML in the comments then no unless of course you add some function to the script to check / validate some html. What's your website address and what comments script are you using? If you're not using someone elses script could you attach the comments script to a post here se we can see it?

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