Not familiar with Apple products but I think the first thing would be to check your settings. Perhaps you have a script blocker or some anti virus junk that is impairing this site. I am a square peg in a round hole and run Linux exclusively and I had to juggle some things to get this site to work when they "upgraded". Hope you get it figured out.
Mela-what did you find that made it work again? I saw your post on the weather thread this morning and am curious. As with most everything I imagine there are several Apple forums of one stripe or another out there that may be of some help.
Howdy Dan. I should have said in my original post that it was our main computer in the office that went down (the puter I am most comfortable with using). I think it possibly had something to do with firefox trying to get us to upgrade. I dunno. SO....I have been left with puter communications on my ipad ( and I cant stand the small print and I am such a creature of habbit and don't like change!).
DH, just kinda sorda fixed the office puter, but still wants to talk to an "IT" guy at work. ARGH...I lost all my bookmarks when the puter went down!
Ahhh. Firefox 'upgrades' are often problematic anymore. Mozilla stuff is generally reliable, however, over the past four years or so I have gotten in the habit of NOT letting any upgrades install automatically and let the rest of the world sort out the problems first. And there generally are some. There is no perfect browser anymore and I am growing tired of the fearsome bloat and 'cleverness' that they all try to run with. Simple is often better. I am growing less enchanted with high tech as the years roll on and prefer the plain stuff where possible. I use Sea Monkey just because it is lighter and incorporates an email client all in one. And I run the oldest version I can get away with, only 'upgrading' when absolutely necessary. Just me.
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