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Firefox Page load issue

yours31f
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Posted on 12-08-09 06:14
Every time I load pages on phpmyadmin and ulmb.com, The page stop abruptly. The end of the source is never at the end of a HTML tag, for example, one page ends "<a " and another loads to " alt=".

I have reinstalled java and FF but it does this in IE and it does not do this to other people on the same network. I do not have a firewall on, nor constant anti-virus. (I run one on boot).

Thanks for your time and I hope this gets solved soon.


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(BTW sorry for the wrong thread, just noticed... it's been a very long day)


Debugging is what programmers do to beta software to make it take up more room on your hard drive if it is running too efficiently.


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Edited by yours31f on 12-08-09 18:49
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RE: Firefox Page load issue

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Posted on 14-08-09 11:32
Get someone to check your Apache and PHP config. View error logs.



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