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Most the sites i go to i can see the text but the background is white. What's happening?
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Not sure of your problem here as most sites prefer a white background. Now if you see a white background on a site you know is a different color or uses a tiled image and you still see a white background, then you may have a problem with your browser settings.

Ron

Edited by Major Payne, 31 December 2007 - 05:39 PM.

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WEll it just happened. I just recently got some malware outta my computer..and then next thing i know, i get this message from gmail when i look at my mail.


"This seems to be taking longer than usual.

If you are using a slow Internet connection, you can wait a bit longer for this page to finish loading, or just use basic HTML view for now.

If you are using your normal Internet connection and you usually get past this loading step without any problems, please refresh this page in your browser. If you continue to have trouble loading your account, please visit the help center for troubleshooting information."



--i havent changed any of my setting for my internet browser so i thought it was something to do with my java. I just downloaded the newest version of it like one of the administrators on here told me.
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Warning: Unknown property '_width'. Declaration dropped.
Source File: http://x.myspace.com.../google-003.css
Line: 1

Error: MySpace is not defined
Source File: http://x.myspace.com...thoverlay001.js
Line: 1

Error: MySpace is not defined
Source File: http://www.myspace.com/
Line: 734

Warning: Selector expected. Ruleset ignored due to bad selector.
Source File: https://www.google.c...mp;ltmplcache=2
Line: 26



Those are just a few errors. There are plenty more.
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Ok, so I just figured out that it's something with my Firefox. Anyone think they would know how to help?


I tryed redownloading Firefox but that didn't work. Updates don't either.

Sorry for all the posts...new stuff keeps coming to me and i'm just trying to help you understand the jist of my problem.


1/3/08

I have gotten some of the problem to work but there's still something wrong. Myspace background won't come up. I looked it up in the error console and found this error that's not letting me see the background.

"Error: MySpace is not defined
Source File: http://x.myspace.com...thoverlay001.js
Line: 1"

Anything ring a bell?

Edited by My.Mission, 02 January 2008 - 11:13 AM.

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