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Firefox not displaying my web page page

Posted on 2011-03-08
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Firefox does not display my web page.  Site created in code igniter, using this framework to create several sites.  All other sites appear in IE, Chrome and FF.  The site in question only appears in IE and Chrome, but not FF.

This kind of an auto-generating site, so after account is set up, clients go to site, select field types they want and create the form with a click of the button.  But for some reason this one site will nto display.  I have tried to view source, but since there is nothing there, no info shows in view source either.  Any help would be appreciated

Using FF 3.6.9
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Question by:justmelat
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by:Badotz
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Not much for us to go on, eh? No code, no link - we may be "experts" but we are not psychics ;-)
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by:justmelat
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LOL, just hoping some new of a recent issue in FF that would prevent it from displaying some data.
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by:ctown_larrymac
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Any issue that I can think of would still display some sort of source code.  Firefox must display a blank page, but there would still be some sort of code, even just a header or something.

Is the page heavily Flash dependent?  Any chance that Firefox's infamous plugin container issue is causing a timeout?
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by:Prafulla Maharjan
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Can u give me some code so that i can work it out and let u know what is in..?
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We still have no idea what caused this, but open FF the next day and everything was fine.
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by:ctown_larrymac
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Any chance that it appears to be fixed because the browser has been upgraded to Firefox 4?
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by:justmelat
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issue appeared to correct itself.
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