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Mozilla Firefox messed up

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bedellizzle, Nov 11, 2006.

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  1. bedellizzle

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    Hi this might be hard to explain but this is what is happening. Whenever I go to some websites, for example espn.com and bestbuy.com, my mozilla firefox getting weird. The pictures dont show up, and the text is all out of wack, and everything is out of its place. I know this might be hard to understand, but anything you say Im sure will help. Thanks.
     
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  3. MMJ

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    1. Go to a website that it FF messes up in.
    2. Hit the key called Prnt Scrn (print screen) on your keyboard.
    3. Open Microsoft Paint and press Ctrl-V.
    4. Save the file as a .jpg then attach in your next post

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    download this add-on and save the pictures than post here

    http://andy.5263.org/screengrab_files/screengrab_v0.8.xpi
     
  4. MMJ

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    Famous websites such as www.espn.com are probably valid coding so they should be showed the same in any browser :)
     
  5. ferrija1

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    Yes, the problem is definitely on bedellizzle's side.
     
  6. happyrck

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    espn shows fine on my firefox but bestbuy does not...have to use ietab for that one
     
  7. bedellizzle

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    Its in the attachment.
     

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    This is what it should look like.

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  9. ferrija1

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    It looks like some SVGs and images might not be working...........
     
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    Possibly Flash content, too.....
     
  11. MMJ

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    Wow thats really messed up. Try installing FireFox 2 & see if this solves it.
     
  12. bedellizzle

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    It didnt work.
     
  13. ferrija1

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    Try going to "Content" in the options and making sure "Load Images Automatically" is checked......
     
  14. bedellizzle

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    Its checked. Is it weird that it only screws up for some wesbites, but not all?
     
  15. ultrarob

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    I have the exact same problem, both with FF 2 and IE 6. I've noticed it on cnn.com and Youtube, I checked bestbuy.com and i have the same problem there. My espn.com is even more messed up than yours. I've also posted here, there's somebody else with the same problem here.

    This is strange. When did you first have the problem?
     
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