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I recently noticed that I can't view my (vestigial) Blogger page due to a pop-up that states:

The page at http://stackoverflow.com says:
For security reasons framing is not allowed; click OK to remove the frames.

Clicking OK takes me to a 'Page not found' Stackoverflow page with the URL:
http://stackoverflow.com/users/flair/60255.html?theme=default

This seems to be a problem with the SuperUser flair widget code on the Blogger page. Unfortunately I now can't get access to the page to remove it.

Has anyone else encountered this problem?
Any ideas how to remove the code from the Blogger page?

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I removed the Superuser flair code by disabling Javascript, clicking the Edit link in Blogger, re-enabling Javascript and deleting the code.

The problem seems to have been caused by the flair code containing a broken link:
http://stackoverflow.com/users/flair/60255.html?theme=default which then forwards to the Stackoverflow 404 page which like all SO pages contains frame busting code which generates the error message and removes the frame.

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Your problem is that that that user ID doesn't exist. Fix the ID, and the flair should work again.

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