[Also posted as a question on Superuser]

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:

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?

2 Answers 2


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.


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

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