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ie7 and pages hanging?
Crush




msg:3146759
 8:32 pm on Nov 5, 2006 (gmt 0)

We have a site that is cool in all browsers except ie7. The pages just seem to hang after a search is performed. I have been blaming my programmer saying it is code but now I think it must be an IE7 bug. Any ideas?

 

dragonthoughts




msg:3147533
 4:41 pm on Nov 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

More information would be helpful.

Is it a search from within your site or a search from IE7's toolbar?

Could it be the pop-up or phishing blocker?

Have you tried the "diagnose connection problems" from the toolbar?

Crush




msg:3147612
 5:40 pm on Nov 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

It is from our site. I tried the page without add ons as suggested by M$ on their blog. Disabled all toolbars and phishing filter.

I perform a search but when I go for page 2,3,4 of the results the pages hang sometimes, sometimes not. Only in IE7.

dragonthoughts




msg:3147824
 8:16 pm on Nov 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

Again, more info is needed.

What technologies do the searches use? e.g. calls to another search engine (e.g. google), javascript, Perl, Java, ActiveX, Flash, PHP, ASP...

What do the links look like that the search result generates.

Are your pages valid HTML (see [validator.w3.org...] )or something else?

Have you shown the problem to the person that programmed them?

Please don't make this like pulling teeth, it's better to give too much detail, than to make people work to get it, otherwise people won't spend the time to help. I suspect you have a real issue which is why I'm trying to find out the details.

Crush




msg:3147848
 8:38 pm on Nov 6, 2006 (gmt 0)

"Again, more info is needed.
What technologies do the searches use? e.g. calls to another search engine (e.g. google), javascript, Perl, Java, ActiveX, Flash, PHP, ASP...

What do the links look like that the search result generates.

Are your pages valid HTML (see [validator.w3.org...] )or something else?

Have you shown the problem to the person that programmed them? "

OK, so it is a php site and the output is from XML queries. There is some javascript and ajax also present on the page. The programmer cannot solve the problem and it is only present in IE7.

That is the best I can do :) I am the boss not a techie.

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