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    safari?

    doesn't seem to want to open in safari, is anyone else seeing this?

    I just get a "zero-sized reply" error.

    Its not life-or-death important, just thought i'd see what the new site looked like on a shiny iMac
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 7th February 2008 at 10:45 AM.

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    I getting this in firefox too, so it's not a safari problem.

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    Same here in IE/FF/Opera for main site, but forums are OK though.

    EDIT: Working again now
    Last edited by webman; 7th January 2008 at 11:12 AM.

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    really? works in FF for me....

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    Yes, it's ok for me now too. However it was giving the error when I posted before.

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    ahhhh, and now safari is too...yay!

    sooo pretty! well done guys!

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    Wow I had to do nothing as well
    its probably a ad banner issue. It can cause the page to break if there server is overloaded.

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    yeah I got that error a few mins ago on FF, not tried another browser. Thought ZeroHour was doing some site maintanance or something....

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    It's been doing it on and off here this morning as well, usually about 5 mins then all is fine again - FF3 2007121905... Does it on the main www.edugeek.net page not just the forums, don't see any ads on there due to Adblock (sorry!) not sure if that means it would still break?

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    Yeh I think its to do with the xcache system now. If it happens again I will disable the cache and we will see then.

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