I would say it's another server misconfiguration, though you do occassionally see this if you've posted data to a non-existent or invalid URL<BR><BR>possibly the server has certain HTTP verbs disallowed - you'd best ask the server administrator.<BR><BR><BR>j<BR>http://rtfm.atrax.co.uk/
...that you used<BR><BR><FORM Action="somepage.[hl="yellow"]html[/hl]" Method="[hl="yellow"]Post[/hl]"><BR><BR>But HTML pages can NOT receive POST-ed data. Hence the error.<BR><BR>You probably screwed up and meant to use an ASP file as the ACTION but made a typo.<BR><BR>
depends on the server config of course. I've got a script mapping on one virtual server which allows POSTS to .html, but that's a little unusual. Saher's app worked locally on IIS, though, which led me to believe that the live server is 'misconfigured' (or at least configured differently to the default IIS install, since it's Apache-based).
I think they're running Chili - there's a fairly extensive thread from earlier today about Netscape and Opera displaying the HTML source in place of a standard page - the server seems to be sending a text/plain content-type header. it's certainly strangely configured.