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    Edugeek Error in Chrome

    Not sure is there's an ongoing problem with Edugeek at the moment, but everytime I try loading it in Chrome I get:

    EduError.png


    But working fine in IE... Anybody else? Just wondering if it's me or if Edugeek's having a few issues.

    It was working fine yesterday, only had it since this morning.
    Last edited by ZeroHour; 22nd August 2014 at 05:59 PM.

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    Not sure what's going on, but it times out when I try posting a thread in that section of the site...

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    For those of you who wern't around last night, we had some downtime whilst we finaly completed our move to AWS.
    Although we have taken great pains to ensure everything is up and running correctly, there will, inevitably be a few issues.
    Shaun will be around in a bit to check up on these but he did put in some hours last night!

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    I am using Chrome now and I don't see these problems. Which forum are you trying to post in?

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    @ZeroHour I would move this to the Site Problem board, but I get the following error:
    Your submission could not be processed because a security token was missing.
    Can you add my problem to your list too please

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    Thread moved. Im working in Chrome toady, and Im not seeing any issues as an update for @ZeroHour

    - - - Updated - - -

    Thread moved. Im working in Chrome toady, and Im not seeing any issues as an update for @ZeroHour

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    I still appear to be getting the error in Chrome - Wonder if it's a problem with my PC or ISP... Will try from home.

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveP View Post
    I am using Chrome now and I don't see these problems. Which forum are you trying to post in?
    Just getting to the homepage I get the error in Chrome

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    Chrome fine here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gtg93 View Post
    ...Just getting to the homepage I get the error in Chrome
    I have been using Chrome all day. Edugeek hasn't given me any problems so far.

    Have you tried logging out and back in again?

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    I noticed issues with Chrome this morning, whilst I was trying to work out if the theme issue I raised was due to my Firefox profile getting corrupted again. I was just getting Page Unresponsive errors, however. They seemed to sort themselves out not long after.

    ChromeError.PNG

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    I have found a possible cause of browser freezes etc but still working on a permanent fix. Right now the problem should not occur as I have disable part of the cdn.

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    I had the 500 page in chrome this afternoon and what I then found was googling edugeek and then clicking the result link it opened fine.

    Ben

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    Code:
    edugeek.net gives a 500 error
    edugeek.net/forum works
    www.edugeek.net works
    Last edited by DMcCoy; 22nd August 2014 at 05:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    Code:
    edugeek.net gives a 500 error
    edugeek.net/forum works
    www.edugeek.net works
    This should be fixed?

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