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khengvantha@gmail.com
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      07-05-2008
i am experiencing an extremely wierd bug on mac. i have created this
page from scratch using dreamweaver (http://test.expat-advisory.com/).
it validates. the problem is that if you click on more than one link
before the page has time to reload the page will hang.

i am using mac osx 10.5.2. the problem happens in firefox, safari,
flock and opera. most other sites/pages appear to work fine
(yahoo.com, google.com, etc.). The problem does not happen on a pc. i
have been able to recreate the problem using different computers,
using different service providers. I am stumped.

I am wondering if others get the same problem. Or if anyone has any
ideas what could be behind this? Thanks very much in advance from any
help.
 
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dorayme
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      07-05-2008
In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
Sherman Pendley <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/(E-Mail Removed) writes:
>
> > i am experiencing an extremely wierd bug on mac. i have created this
> > page from scratch using dreamweaver (http://test.expat-advisory.com/).
> > it validates. the problem is that if you click on more than one link
> > before the page has time to reload the page will hang.
> >
> > i am using mac osx 10.5.2. the problem happens in firefox, safari,
> > flock and opera. most other sites/pages appear to work fine
> > (yahoo.com, google.com, etc.). The problem does not happen on a pc. i
> > have been able to recreate the problem using different computers,
> > using different service providers. I am stumped.
> >
> > I am wondering if others get the same problem.

>
> Sorry, I can't reproduce it here, with FireFox 3 on 10.4. Although, I
> may not be clicking fast enough - I'm on broadband, and the main site
> loads *very* quickly. I suppose that, at least, is good news. :-\
>


Nor can I reproduce on a Mac, Safari 2 and FF 2 on Tiger and broadband.
Yes, your url validates; more than can be said for the destination of
the links.

You used different ISPs and different computers. Different OSs? Like
Tiger vs Leopard? PowerPc vs Intel?

Tried changing the destination of the links to very simple valid pages
and seen if it still happens on your main machine?

Mmm?

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Athel Cornish-Bowden
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      07-05-2008
On 2008-07-05 01:18:15 -0600, dorayme <(E-Mail Removed)> said:

> In article <(E-Mail Removed)>,
> Sherman Pendley <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>
>> (E-Mail Removed) writes:
>>
>>> i am experiencing an extremely wierd bug on mac. i have created this
>>> page from scratch using dreamweaver (http://test.expat-advisory.com/).
>>> it validates. the problem is that if you click on more than one link
>>> before the page has time to reload the page will hang.
>>>
>>> i am using mac osx 10.5.2. the problem happens in firefox, safari,
>>> flock and opera. most other sites/pages appear to work fine
>>> (yahoo.com, google.com, etc.). The problem does not happen on a pc. i
>>> have been able to recreate the problem using different computers,
>>> using different service providers. I am stumped.
>>>
>>> I am wondering if others get the same problem.

>>
>> Sorry, I can't reproduce it here, with FireFox 3 on 10.4. Although, I
>> may not be clicking fast enough - I'm on broadband, and the main site
>> loads *very* quickly. I suppose that, at least, is good news. :-\
>>

>
> Nor can I reproduce on a Mac, Safari 2 and FF 2 on Tiger and broadband.


Nor can I with iCab on MacOs 10.4.11.



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cruiserweight
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      07-06-2008
On Jul 5, 11:11*am, (E-Mail Removed) wrote:
> i am experiencing an extremely wierd bug on mac. i have created this
> page from scratch using dreamweaver (http://test.expat-advisory.com/).
> it validates. the problem is that if you click on more than one link
> before the page has time to reload the page will hang.
>
> i am using *mac osx 10.5.2. the problem happens in firefox, safari,
> flock and opera. most other sites/pages appear to work fine
> (yahoo.com, google.com, etc.). The problem does not happen on a pc. i
> have been able to recreate the problem using different computers,
> using different service providers. I am stumped.
>
> I am wondering if others get the same problem. Or if anyone has any
> ideas what could be behind this? Thanks very much in advance from any
> help.


Thanks for the input. The only way we found out about the problem is
that users wrote to us complaining about the problem. Not sure what to
do at this point. I'm stumped.
 
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Bill
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      07-06-2008
If I click it, I just get you some earning from google ads on the target
page....

Hope that is not what you are after


 
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khengvantha@gmail.com
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      07-07-2008
When I create another simple page, and link from this one. It seem ok.
So may be I will try to find out why it happen with my site
( www.expat-advisory.com), can it be the javascript that cause the
problem?
 
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khengvantha@gmail.com
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      07-07-2008
PS: It work fine in Localhost.
 
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khengvantha@gmail.com
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      07-07-2008
PROBLEM SOLVED.

It cause by sessioin_start(). When I delete it, everything work fine.

Thanks you for your help!
 
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Jonathan N. Little
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      07-07-2008
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> PROBLEM SOLVED.
>
> It cause by sessioin_start(). When I delete it, everything work fine.
>
> Thanks you for your help!


session_start(), right? The deleting it means you will not longer
have a session variable,if you need sessions this could be more of a
problem than a solution. The most common error with sessions is calling
session_start() after some output has been sent to the browser,
including a blank line can cause an error.

<!-- even this html comment before the PHP code will cause an error -->
<?php
session_start();

http://www.webmasterworld.com/forum88/1501.htm
php session_start problem

http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/ar...p/t-96571.html
PHP session_start in js [Archive] - WebDeveloper.com


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khengvantha@gmail.com
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      07-09-2008
Thanks!!! I will try it tomorrow.
 
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