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javascript fix ? can't see posts

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Bruce I., Sep 17, 2003.

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  1. Bruce I.

    Bruce I. Thread Starter

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    It seems I can't get into a certain page on a digital photo site I frequent. I can't see the other posts. Theres a message that says I may have Javascript disabled, which I don't, or some ad blocking program is causing it. I have ad watch turned off, even turned off ad blocking in norton security, still no access to page 1 in that forum. This was working fine and all of a sudden, this. Its only recently this started. All other sites and pages work fine.

    Is there some way I can "fix" javascript or would uninstalling IE 6 solve this.

    Any suggestions ?

    Thanks, Bruce
     
  2. Bruce319

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    If you have popup stopper, then turn that off. Otherwise go to your windows update and download any available files for your internet explorer 6.
     
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  4. Bruce I.

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    Ok, I downloaded an update from feb 02 which didn't seem important and now I'm back on the forum. Its funny how it was working fine without it and then went out.


    Thanks ! The other Bruce !
     
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