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FAQ issue!


marktoe

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Hey guys i'm not sure if its just me or everyone has this issue, but whenever I go to either add a FAQ or edit the current TEST one it crashes IE and i cannot do anything! Anyone know why? or if there's a fix for this? thnx in advance!

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it crashes IE
Internet Exploder crashes... so what's new ? :lol:

 

But seriously, you could try:

1) Check for virusses

2) Check for spyware

3) Switch to another browser i.e. FireFox/Mozilla

4) Post an url if possible

 

IE is know to crash on some plain and simple HTML/CSS (even if it's perfectly valid).

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If you are using FAQDesk then I fixed that issue a while ago :thumbsup:

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If you are using FAQDesk then I fixed that issue a while ago :thumbsup:

 

Yeah that's what i'm using! What did you use to fix the issue? :)

 

And i don't have viruses, spyware or any of that funky stuff :)...

 

And i COULD use another browser but i dont want customers to for some odd reason crash when they view faq for 90% of people use IE

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Yeah that's what i'm using! What did you use to fix the issue? :)

 

And i don't have viruses, spyware or any of that funky stuff :)...

 

And i COULD use another browser but i dont want customers to for some odd reason crash when they view faq for 90% of people use IE

 

What version of FAQDesk are you using, if you are using FAQDesk v1.01.0 then support is here Click

No longer giving free advice. Please place deposit in meter slot provided.  Individual: [=] SME: [==] Corporation: [===]
If deposit does not fit one of the slots provided then you are asking too much! :P

Is your Osc dated try Phoenix  raising oscommerce from the ashes.

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If you are developing a website to be viewed by the few percent of people who use Firefox ..fine! Otherwise try to sort the problem out in IE. Use Firefox for testing by all means, as your site should be cross-browser compatible.

 

Basically, if you can't make it work in IE with the correct installation of Steve's patch, then drop it. XP SP2 will have nothing to do with your problem - but even if it did then you have to face the fact that within 12 months a large percentage of web users will have XP SP2 installed (if they haven't already).

 

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