After some time a MOSS intranet site got very slow, the statusbar showed JavaScript:false….
After closing all “Closed” web parts, the site performance returned to its normal value.
Deleting all “Closed” web parts can be done on the Web Parts Maintenance page. The Web Parts Maintenance page can be accessed by adding “?contents=1” to your site URL: http://localhost/site1/default.aspx?contents=1
More about “Closed” Web Parts on: http://blogit.create.pt/blogs/miguelisidoro/archive/2007/11/10/SharePoint-2007-_1320_-Restore-Closed-Web-Parts.aspx

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