Firefox V39.0 Problem With Grepolis

Recently i upgraded my Firefox browser to V39.0 and things were fine. This morning I logged onto Grepolis which is a game and what appeared was only a small percentage of what I should see.

The best thing to do is to show you what it SHOULD look like (on IE) and what it looks like on Firefox. I have 2 print screens which demonstrate exactly what i am talking about.

After looking at these 2 print screens does anyone know what is going on with Firefox? I even reinstalled Firefox and that didn't even work. In using IE tho I do not have the first problem but IE is NOT my browser of choice and has not been for more than a decade.

Any ideas are welcomed!
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HMCSAsked:
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HMCSAuthor Commented:
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I also tried using my secondary computer which is an HP and I could not even make a connection to Grepolis on Firefox, IE or Chrome. I could however connect with my ISP which is Comcast and other sites which I regularly connect.

The HP computer is also using Firefox 39.0 & has the latest versions of IE and Chrome.

At this point I am stumped!
HMCSAuthor Commented:
After going to a friend's apartment n the next building over I tried connecting to Grepolis and for awhile it "hung" and displayed what I'd seen on my computer and then the page loaded like normal.

About 30 minutes later I returned to my apartment and I once again tried Grepolis and the web page loaded normally like nothing else ever happened.

So - I conclude that this problem was not on my end but on the end of my isp - which for various reasons I will not name.

As far as I am concerned the matter is closed and since there were no participants in this question there are no points to be given out!

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HMCSAuthor Commented:
This was on of those questions which possibly never should have been asked in that sooner or later it was a "self fulfilling" solution since I conclude that the problem was with my ISP.
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