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Firefox sometimes stuck on loading with either Read URL or Transferring data from URL on my webshop in the last few weeks.

The site seems fine for the consumers but most of the javascript not working when this happens. The error is not constant and reported from multiple people, reload sometimes helps. Only occured in firefox from the following urls: google-analytics.com, fonts.gstatic.com. unpkg.com, myurl. In Developer tools > Network everything seems to load correctly. Tried it with fresh install and safe mode, and disabled the analytics.

Firefox sometimes stuck on loading with either Read URL or Transferring data from URL on my webshop in the last few weeks. The site seems fine for the consumers but most of the javascript not working when this happens. The error is not constant and reported from multiple people, reload sometimes helps. Only occured in firefox from the following urls: google-analytics.com, fonts.gstatic.com. unpkg.com, myurl. In Developer tools > Network everything seems to load correctly. Tried it with fresh install and safe mode, and disabled the analytics.

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Could you look at Firefox's Network Monitor to see whether it has maxed out open connections to the server reading things that aren't important? Maybe you can change the sequence/timing if some requests are hanging.

To open the Network Monitor in the lower part of the tab, you can use either:

  • "3-bar" menu button > Web Developer > Network
  • (menu bar) Tools > Web Developer > Network
  • (Windows) Ctrl+Shift+e

When you reload the page in the top part of the tab, Firefox should start listing all the files it is requesting, along with information about whether the request was successful and its timing.

Also: Where to go for developer support

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Could you look at Firefox's Network Monitor to see whether it has maxed out open connections to the server reading things that aren't important? Maybe you can change the sequence/timing if some requests are hanging.

To open the Network Monitor in the lower part of the tab, you can use either:

  • "3-bar" menu button > Web Developer > Network
  • (menu bar) Tools > Web Developer > Network
  • (Windows) Ctrl+Shift+e

When you reload the page in the top part of the tab, Firefox should start listing all the files it is requesting, along with information about whether the request was successful and its timing.

Also: Where to go for developer support

Could you look at Firefox's Network Monitor to see whether it has maxed out open connections to the server reading things that aren't important? Maybe you can change the sequence/timing if some requests are hanging. To open the Network Monitor in the lower part of the tab, you can use either: * "3-bar" menu button > Web Developer > Network * (menu bar) Tools > Web Developer > Network * (Windows) Ctrl+Shift+e When you reload the page in the top part of the tab, Firefox should start listing all the files it is requesting, along with information about whether the request was successful and its timing. Also: [[Where to go for developer support]]
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In the Network tab all of the requests are finished with either 200, 301 or 302. XHR requests in the background are running fine.

After some digging i found that the scripts which was not running was placed in the window.onload. I replaced it with jquery loader which solved the main problem, but the resources still can hang on forever (less likely then before).

As you advised i go throught my requests to see if there is anything i can do. With the removal of a script module (klaro.js) everything seems fine now.

In the Network tab all of the requests are finished with either 200, 301 or 302. XHR requests in the background are running fine. After some digging i found that the scripts which was not running was placed in the window.onload. I replaced it with jquery loader which solved the main problem, but the resources still can hang on forever (less likely then before). As you advised i go throught my requests to see if there is anything i can do. With the removal of a script module (klaro.js) everything seems fine now.
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