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V.T. Eric Layton

Forum Main Page Not Rendering Properly

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This is what the main page looks like on FF, Chromium, and Opera right now. What's up with this? I've deleted all caches, cookies, histories, etc.

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people still go to the main page?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

anyway, i don't see the problem. I mean I see the same thing, but where is the problem?

 

 

when i want the 'top page' i use http://forums.scotsn...dex.php?act=idx

Up until a few hours ago, forums.scotsnewsletter.com would look the same as your link--not any longer. The problem is that lot of people who are not every-day regulars may well go to forums.scotsnewsletter.com, which now is not rendering properly on both machines I've tried. Edited by ebrke

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Looks fine (normal) on Win7, except that you're still the Gray Man. :ermm:

No, I used win 7 and forums.scotsnewsletter.com is not displaying properly.
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IMHO: The page isn't loading completely.

 

Possibly too busy or slow server.

If it were only me, I'd attribute it to my slow dialup connection.

 

BTW: I was about to post that it looked normal to me, but I refreshed the page and got the same thing on Windows 8.1 w/ Firefox 34.0.

 

EDIT: Refreshed the page again, now it's back to normal.

Edited by Pete!

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Also, Notifications opens for me as a full page rather than a small drop down list. That hasn't happened before. If you click Notifications again while you're in the full page Notifications display, it then displays as a drop down list.

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HA-HA Slow dial-up? Maybe on Scot's server side, but why doesn't it affect all the forum pages were that the case?

 

Houston: We have issues, I think. :(

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still looks as OP noted on my W7 SeaMonkey combo. even after a hard refresh.

http://forums.scotsn...dex.php?act=idx still fine .

 

Only when I attempt to load the page at this link does this happen:

 

forums.scotsnewsletter.com

 

Alll other board pages load fine, including the one you keep referring to: forums.scotsnewsletter.com/index.php?act=idx

 

EDITED: To rephrase my statement so that I did not sound like I was jumping up and down and raving at CRP.

Edited by V.T. Eric Layton

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I thought about trying to change my avatar to one of yours, but I was afraid I'd turn into Gray Man. As for the site, I must be the oddball where it comes up right. I've noticed no changes. Sorry... :whistling:

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Maybe it has something to do with my DNS. I use OpenDNS. It's driving me NUTS!

 

I use OpenDNS as well on my DSL connection.

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Well, it's working for you, Norm. I guess I'm just losing my mind. :teehee:

Well, I don't use OpenDNS and the page is still appearing to me the same as it appears to Eric. Eric, I think the site is trying to tell us something, first the avatar loss and now this.
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It's been doing the same thing for me since Saturday IIRC, with Firefox in Ubuntu and Windows 8.1.

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Hmm... possible permission issues with the avatar directory on the database and a coincidental corruption of the rendering on the main page (only affecting some). Interesting. I wonder if someone who shouldn't have access has been tweaking?

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There's definitely something going on here.

 

1) avatar issues

 

2) corrupted main page rendering (and possibly other pages, too)

 

3) and a new one... when I used to hover over someone's name in the list of people online at the bottom of the forum page, a pop up would come up telling me what that member was doing/viewing. That doesn't happen now. I get a plain text tool tip with just the time the member was last online.

 

Members List page not rendering...

 

http://forums.scotsnewsletter.com/index.php?app=members&module=list

 

Calendar page not rendering...

 

http://forums.scotsnewsletter.com/index.php?app=calendar

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I can confirm VTEL investigations, same thing happens to me with my SeaMonkey at home (before i was using work pc)

 

Maxthon Cloud browser shows same problems.

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