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Hello,

This website (and this website alone) refuses to load correctly for me https://www.mql5.com/ Images do not load and formatting is "strange"

others users are not having this problem

I have switched tracking protection on/off....sometimes it helps when on, sometimes when off; there is no clear pattern

I have tried the suggestions at these pages https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/websites-look-wrong-or-appear-differently https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/some-pages-or-page-elements-fail-load-after-updating

I use windows 10 with the latest firefox, plus I have real-time malwarebytes

Do you have a solution?

Thank you.

Hello, This website (and this website alone) refuses to load correctly for me https://www.mql5.com/ Images do not load and formatting is "strange" others users are not having this problem I have switched tracking protection on/off....sometimes it helps when on, sometimes when off; there is no clear pattern I have tried the suggestions at these pages https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/websites-look-wrong-or-appear-differently https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/some-pages-or-page-elements-fail-load-after-updating I use windows 10 with the latest firefox, plus I have real-time malwarebytes Do you have a solution? Thank you.
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FredMcD said

Peter said my android phone has the same problem and it doesnt have any virus protection

Today's cel phones are just as vulnerable to viruses and malware. </blockquote>

ran malwarebytes for android, nothing found

''FredMcD [[#answer-1290253|said]]'' <blockquote> ''Peter [[#answer-1290230|said]]'' my android phone has the same problem and it doesnt have any virus protection </blockquote> Today's cel phones are just as vulnerable to viruses and malware. </blockquote> ran malwarebytes for android, nothing found
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Peter said

the only common variable at present is that all devices share the same wifi originated from an android phone so perhaps my android is somehow involved android support is the next step I suppose

Perhaps your mobile carrier blocks some sites for their own reasons?

Or, I guess we can't rule out the possibility that the server hosting the missing images has a block on your phone's IP address.

You could try a VPN app on your phone to see whether that works, but I don't know whether it would be compatible with the hotspot function.

''Peter [[#answer-1290258|said]]'' <blockquote> the only common variable at present is that all devices share the same wifi originated from an android phone so perhaps my android is somehow involved android support is the next step I suppose </blockquote> Perhaps your mobile carrier blocks some sites for their own reasons? Or, I guess we can't rule out the possibility that the server hosting the missing images has a block on your phone's IP address. You could try a VPN app on your phone to see whether that works, but I don't know whether it would be compatible with the hotspot function.
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jscher2000 said

we can't rule out the possibility that the server hosting the missing images has a block on your phone's IP address.

I think you may have solved it, I will contact mql5 and let you know thank you

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1290284|said]]'' <blockquote> we can't rule out the possibility that the server hosting the missing images has a block on your phone's IP address. </blockquote> I think you may have solved it, I will contact mql5 and let you know thank you
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