When I click the View Sample HTML link in the User-Defined Exceptions section of the Exceptions Configuration page (Configuration > Policy > Exceptions; on the Exceptions tab, view the Exceptions configuration) the browser displays the exception page content as well as fragments of HTML tags.
Make sure that the HTML is correct and complete:
Elements have the correct opening and closing tags such as <a href="URL">link text</a>.
Quotation marks and brackets are entered correctly.
Missing quotation marks and tags and typographical errors cause the HTML to display content incorrectly. Colors may not display correctly, a blank page may display or images may appear broken.
In a text or HTML editor, review the exception page content and correct any errors you find.
Log in to your CLI console using a remote log-in utility.
To edit the exception page, enter the following commands. SG# config SG# exceptions SG# editname_of_exception SG# inline EOF
Copy the HTML from the file you edited in step 1 above.
Paste the HTML into your CLI console.
Type EOF and press Enter.
You can test your HTML before copying it into the console by right-clicking the file and opening it in a browser.
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