Problems with Firefox?

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Posted at 07/13/2010 10:55PM

Is anyone else having major problems posting in the forums on Firefox? After I log in the page won't fully load unless I refresh multiple times... and it usually takes forever to do so. 

Posted at 07/13/2010 11:16PM
London, UK

Not sure if your problems are due to Firefox? At least mine is working fine

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Rick Gebhardt
Posted at 07/14/2010 05:32AM
Age: 33

After you log in, make sure that the URL starts with "http://" and not "https://".  The issue has to do with indieclick (our ad provider) not supporting secure connections correctly.  It's something that'll be resolved in the next release of the site when it is completed.


Posted at 07/14/2010 09:40AM
Age: 30
Green Brook, NJ

or just stop using firefox altogether because it sucks? chrome is better anyway. 

Posted at 07/14/2010 09:43AM
Age: 32
Atascadero, CA

the non support for secure servers from indieclick drives me insane.  They wont fix it because it only affects maybe 3 of their clients and would be a lot of work (so they say, probably wouldn't). We have looked at other services for ads but none that are strictly into booking out space on our site to labels and bands and pr companies, more just those whom will run your server for you but not make you money.  So in that sense we do like indieclick and with the rankings still rising through Alexa means more site revenue, and we have some good ad campaigns being booked outside of that so once the new design comes speed wise we should be flying in relation to other sites.  I can't wait, Jared screen shared with me the other week and I got to mess around on the rebuild and I must say it's much more sleek, the setup seems a lot more organized and well I think it will be all around more functionable and eye appealing. (CEO/Founder)
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