TryAgain: Reloads pages that are not loaded on first try (Firefox)

Israel Nicolas 14-11-2010

Do you ever encounter an inaccessible webpage? Sometimes, these hiccups happen and you only need to refresh the page to get it loaded and running again. TryAgain is a cool tool that does this automatically. This Firefox extension will instantly reload pages when the server cannot be reached.


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This addon runs instantly after installation, but you can also configure the number of times it will try to load a webpage and the length of time between each try. You can also have it appear in the tools menu or automatically check website status. Additionally, it lets you quickly check if the site inaccessible because of local network. The links to Google Cache and Wayback Archive The Wayback Machine - Browse The Internet Of Yester-Yore Read More are also included.

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TryAgain is especially useful for users with an intermittent connection since it can try as much as possible to load a page in the background while working on other tabs.


  • Free; no sign up required.
  • Works instantly with minimal configuration.
  • Mozilla Firefox addon.
  • Includes links to quickly check if the site inaccessible because of local network
  • Google Cache and Wayback Archive links are also listed.

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