The behavior began few days ago whene Sitemeter updated their scripts. Unfortunately, they forgot about a bug of the Internet Explorer (really old one) that has been causing a “Operation aborted” error.
If your web page had a Sitemeter counter, Internet Explorer users eventually see an “Operation aborted” error message. Once they click OK, the whole page disappears and is replaced by a blank page.
Whose fault is this? Both of course. However, this is not a new and/or unknown bug; they just didn’t test it on Internet Explorer = bad idead.
Are you having issues viewing various web pages from time to time where css style sheets don’t load?
Solution might be simpler than you thought. One of the reasons why it can happen is due to AdBlock. In case you are blocking ads on the web page, unblock them all and try now.
It worked for me.
Although the 2nd beta of Internet Explorer 8 (IE8) will be released on August only, new Beta 2 features were revealed earlier today.
Frame Process Merging
Instead of running 2 processes every time you launch Internet Explorer 8, it will use 1 now = improved startup performance. Continue Reading
Out of the box, Firefox 3 is already an incredible web browser. But when you consider all of the power tools that can be added to it, it’s even better. Check out these add-ons for Firefox 3, and you’ll take your browser to the next level.
By Jessica Merritt
Flock team just released the world’s first and only fashion and entertainment related browser.
Here’s how the Gloss Edition will treat you:
Be the first to know when you have new messages or content waiting for you.
Stay up on the latest news from over 35 of the best fashion/celeb/entertainment sites on the web.
Get the latest media streams for fashion interviews, red carpet events, and the latest styles. Continue Reading
Are you receiving an annoying “This download has been blocked by your Security Zone Policy” error? According to a quote from FirefoxFacts:
Starting in Firefox 3, downloads of executable files (e.g., .exe or .msi) may fail and the Firefox Downloads window will contain this message, under the filename: This download has been blocked by your Security Zone Policy. Continue Reading
Since there was a tip on changing Firefox 3 color scheme, this one is for Opera users.
If you are using Opera 9.5 and don’t know this trick yet, you can easily change skin color scheme by following those steps:
Tools > Appearance
Find “Color Scheme” setting in the bottom and play with it.
Are you tired of your current Firefox skin? It’s so well made that you just don’t want to change it with any other one? How about a small modification?
With Firefox add-on AnyColor 0.2.0 you can change Firefox 3 theme color scheme.
As it says:
A dynamic theme that lets you customize its appearance on the fly.