I have used Firefox since its inception. Within the past 6 months, certain websites that used to work properly simply will not load anymore. For example: https://enligh… (funda kabanzi)
I have used Firefox since its inception. Within the past 6 months, certain websites that used to work properly simply will not load anymore. For example: https://enlighten.enphaseenergy.com/web/3419721/today/graph/hours?v=3.4.0 . I have tried refreshing, removing and restoring, creating a new, blank profile from scratch, starting in safe mode, and other browsers. In this particular instance, Chrome, Edge, and even my old Internet Explorer work just fine, with no alterations or modifications, as well as with my current extensions (Roboform). So does an old version of Firefox (76.0.1). However, current versions of Firefox simply show "Connecting to Gateway", and then time out. I have even set Firefox to refresh the page on EACH access, to no avail...
The ONLY thing that works with the new versions of Firefox is to delete the Cache, and on the next load of Firefox, these and other sites will work. However, returning to the site a second time results in the same error. This makes no sense to me, since forcing Firefox to reload the page on entry, in my mind, should be the same as clearing the cache for the offending page. I have no idea whether the problem is with the website coding, or with the Firefox coding. In this particular case, the Enlighten website states that recent versions of Firefox ARE supported, along with Edge and Chrome. But the fact is, only Edge and Chrome work flawlessly with no issues.
I am open to any and all suggestions, because I have been working with the same errors across several websites, and Firefox is the only browser that has problems with the site.