"Expected token not present" - what does this mean?

Re: "Expected token not present" - what does this mean?

by Xiong Chiamiov -
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Maria is planning to complain about the my.csufresno.edu's cookies, although I have strong doubts that anything would come out of it (I am guessing this is some big complicated and probably proprietary solution that would not be easy to fix).
My guess is that that site uses CAS (which is what my uni uses), or something similar, inside of a larger portal application purchased from a software vendor. Although that sort of thing is unlikely to get changed, if you can tie it in to accessibility and section 508 -compliance, then you're much more likely to see movement, since higher-ed sites in the US seem to be much more interested in maintaining compliance than your average website, due to certain funding rules (as I understand it).