[pmwiki-users] Problems using diffrent browsers
weconsul at ptd.net
Thu Nov 2 19:05:11 CST 2006
> Not sure how to explain this but this but it is weird. I just added the
> download recipe to my website for a free windows firewall app. Naturally
> I tested locally and all worked. In the process I made a change on my
> ISP local\configure file that caused an error. Noting displayed. So I
> copied my entire website to my local drive to look at using DBG and
> Xdebug. I spotted it right away and changed and updated it on the server.
> All is running perfectly and really fast using my Firefox 2.0 browser. I
> started looking at the site with Opera and Mozilla SeaMonkey 1.5a
> browser. Both load the first page really slow ( I have cleared the
> browser cache). The home page under Opera does not load the entire page
> (minus the footer and copyright). SeaMonkey loads the entire page. If I
> try to link to other pages on the site with either browsers it really
> runs slow.. I mean time out slow.
> OK so I changed the copied website config to point locally and I can not
> load it. Like it can not find the main body of the first page Missing
> I am using authuser.php.
> These are the changes I added for up loading.
> $EnableUpload = 1;
> $EnableUploadOverwrite = 0;
> $DefaultPasswords['upload'] = '$1$Pw1cjg06$9VgqESpEGt1WLCJPgr/3J.';
> $EnableUploadOverwrite = 0; ## No File overlay
> $EnableUploadVersions=1; ## keep older versions of uploads
> and preserved
> $UploadMaxSize = 9000000; # 9MB
> Is this an ISP problem or my problem? Sorry I am some what confused.
> In the last few days I have noticed that my ISP was been running slow or
> not at all linking to pages on my subnet location. I usually run from
> Opera and never checked it with Firefox. Why is it browser dependent?
> Something goofy. Hope I am explaining my problem. At one point the pages
> with the download seem to be out of sink between the browsers..
> My web page is on the second address below.
Sorry, the problem with the copied website from my ISP, to my local
drive, was my problem. It runs as designed..
So, I am still confused about what is going on with my (FREE, not
really) ISP. Seems like I am paying for it in other ways. Not sure what
they are doing under the covers when linking within their subnet.
I have never had this problem when I built my site with
Apache2\Tomcat\JSP Serverlet container. Guess because I was hosting it
off of my own machine. Guess that teaches me.
Thanks in Advance... http://ichbin.9999mb.com
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