When I log in to Amazon on Firefox, the page looks different (missing images, all words on one side, etc.) but on Chrome it looks fine. Any ideas? I know a screenshot would help but I don’t know how to attach it here.
Thanks for everybody's input. In Firefox with add-ons it looks fine, so I'll have to go through my add-ons to find out.
Sorry - "In Firefox with add-ons disabled..."
Clearing history (cache, cookies, etc) didn't help.
As others said, the obvious place to begin is to reset Firefox (cache and cookies, at any rate). It's also possible that a particular setting has been changed (use of CSS, or image display options), but for this we'd need to see screenshots (see susendeep's suggestion).
Actually browsers have different beaviour towards HTML5 and CSS3. Browser interpret it in different way so there may be a kind of difference.
You can Try removing cache from your browser. Sometimes it is the main problem. read this to understand better: http://www.usethistip.com/2013/03/what-is-browser-cache-and-how-to-bypass.html
If the problem still arises, switch to a one browser permanent that shows it best
Clear your cache in firefox and check whether there is a change! if not try updating or downgrading a version!
Use imgur to allow use to view the screenshots.You can also upload the screenshots to cloud services like Google Drive,dropbox too and make it as public and paste that link in the comment section.
Although,you might know it,but had you cleared cache,cookies and other browsing data in Firefox and tried loading the Amazon page ?
Chrome - http://imgur.com/tLBBm9a
Firefox - http://imgur.com/tyBsKrj
Now,after looking at the screenshots,it has become clear to me that it's a problem on Amazon's end as they had not optimized their page code to run properly on different browsers.
If you do run CCleaner,flush DNS or anything,nothing is going to improve it.Simply access it using Chrome for sometime and then wait for few days so that it could get fixed in the meantime.It's only the site admin who can fix it.
Rubbish. It's clear to me as a web developer that the user is blocking resources held on Amazons CDN. That's all. That's not amazons fault in the slightest.
Yeah, this is what I'd look into – there's probably some remnants of some extension or some toolbar that's messing things up for you. Good luck!
This is on 2 different PCs & Ii reset it a few days ago.
1) go to run and type cmd the right click and launch ad asministrator
2) on the black windows type: ipconfig /flasdns
3) open facebook
also try to clean windows with ccleaner, wise registry cleaner..
command is ipconfig /flushdns
Flush DNS did not help.
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