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some webpages don't load properly, tried everything.

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some website don't load correctly.. i've emptied cache,cookies..tried running mozilla in safemode and resfreshed mozilla to default settings.. nothing has helped. main two webpages i often visit that has that problem are: youtube.com and runescape.wikia.com attached picture to show how they respond. other webpages seems to work fine. youtube usually just gives blank white page. after reloading the page once or twice it loads correctly.

some website don't load correctly.. i've emptied cache,cookies..tried running mozilla in safemode and resfreshed mozilla to default settings.. nothing has helped. main two webpages i often visit that has that problem are: youtube.com and runescape.wikia.com attached picture to show how they respond. other webpages seems to work fine. youtube usually just gives blank white page. after reloading the page once or twice it loads correctly.

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image of the problem.

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hellboy123 said

image of the problem.

That's strange. It's like the entire WikiaPage section is set to hidden or transparent. Does it appear if you do this:

Select and copy the following script (it tries to override the section's visibility property being set to hidden or being made transparent by having opacity set to 0):

document.getElementById('WikiaPage').style.visibility = 'visible'; document.getElementById('WikiaPage').style.opacity = '1';

After loading the wiki, open Firefox's Web Console in the lower part of the tab using either:

  • Ctrl+Shift+k
  • menu button > Web Developer > Web Console
  • (menu bar) Tools > Web Developer > Web Console

Paste the script in the bottom bar next to >> and press Enter to execute it. Firefox may ask you to do something to prove you understand that it is risky to run scripts from strangers.

Any improvement?

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Not quite sure what this script is supposed to do or why its neccesary. how could it solve to problem exactly?

Could you care to elaborate?

Thanks.

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The script would overrides two style properties commonly used to hide content without collapsing the layout. I was curious whether one of those was being used to hide the content, but I can't guarantee that information would lead to a solution.