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Unread 10th Dec 2010, 03:52 PM   #1
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I faced a problem on trying to add articles to my website. The site became heavy in spite of adding just one article. I always face this problem on using the browser Firefox after every post i try to send to the blogger and now to the PIP site . I sometimes use Google chrome but still face this problem to some extent. There is something wrong . This problem never appear for any site else i open using Firefox. Just my sites on trying to send any posts.
I need to know what is the problem and how can overcome it?
These are my websites where you find the problem

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Regarding the blogger, sometimes ,i don't see the advertisements at the right side.I changed the template and minimized the number of posts on the home page but still have the same problem. I need help from the experts here. Thank you

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I didn't have any problem loading your site with FireFox.

What I suggest you do is to clear your cache.

p.s. you should add your articles through your blogger (assuming your blogger is WordPress, since (blogspot) no longer publishes via FTP.


The link works fine when I use it. Check you PC clock time and date to make sure they are correct. (In Windows this is in the Control Panel under ‘Date and Time’)

If it still doesn't work, and you are not in the USA, try to set the clock to US Eastern time when you have problems on the internet. The time difference can cause you not to be able to connect to some websites.

The World Clock - Time Zone Converter - Australia – Queensland – Brisbane vs U.S.A. – California – Sacramento

Other suggestions:

Check Security/Privacy in Windows and any 3rd Party Security you have on your system, particularly with regard to advertisements if you are having a problem with sites displaying or your graphics/banners not displaying. You could have it set not to show any or even your own advertisements!

You may need to clear your cache and then try again.

In Internet Explorer from the Tools Menu:

* Internet Options/General/Browsing History
-- Delete
-- Cookies/Temporary Files/History

In FireFox, Tools Menu:

Clear Recent History
Check Cookies and Cache
Click Clear

In Chrome:

* Tool bar - on the right corner an icon that looks like a wrench:
- Options
- Clear Browsing Data

You may also need to reboot your computer now.

(You should do these things on a regular basis - weekly or so)
Registry Cleaner

Go to Piriform - Download CCleaner, Defraggler, Recuva, Speccy - Millions of users worldwide! and download the free registry cleaner tool. Run this tool if nothing above helps and then reboot your computer.

You should also run this at least every few weeks to a month depending on how active you are on your computer/internet.

Security Settings

Add the site domain - - your website or the afifliate progams to your 'trusted sites' settings in Windows/Internet Options/Security - (again this can also be done from Internet Explorer)

As well, if you have 3rdparty security like McAfee or Norton or anti-spyware, etc., add the domains to those programs where you are 'trusting' the sites.

This is a likely reason - Check to see if you have a setting in your security software that says not to display advertisements on sites that you visit. I could not see banners on my own site until I unchecked this setting. Banners are advertisements.


One thing that may help is if you do not use the browser from your internet service provider; only use it to log on to the internet and then minimize* the browser. Open up Internet Explorer and use that for anything you are doing on the internet. *Minimize is the little minus sign icon at the top right corner of your browser - this puts the open window down on your status bar so you can jump back and forth between browsers.

Also be sure you have the latest version of Internet Explorer, (you can go to Microsoft Update and see what the latest version is by searching on ‘internet explorer’ there. (check your version in the Help menu under ‘About Internet Explorer’.

You may also try to use Mozilla FireFox browser instead of Internet Explorer. Download Mozilla FireFox from (free download)

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Because Australia and surrounding areas are sometimes literally on a different day than in the US, this can cause some websites at times to not display. The trick here is to set your PC clock to US Eastern Standard time. This sounds silly, but it does work for our Australian members. Just a thought...

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Patricia, thank you very much . I will carry out all you instructions .

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