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#16
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Well the DNS error is obviously a red herring, as it's clearly resolving for geekstogo.com as well as 2-ps.googleusercontent.com

Pretty sure it's an animated GIF issue. Just odd that I or other admins can't duplicate it.

The reason for the strange googlehosted URLs is because we utilize Google Pagespeed Service. It combines page speed optimisation techniques with the global Google content delivery network. In plain English, it helps pages load faster. The impact is greater the farther you are from the East coast of the US.

I think I know which setting I could disable to fix it. But it appears to be more of a regional issue. I'm going to submit a ticket.
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Well the DNS error is obviously a red herring, as it's clearly resolving for geekstogo.com as well as 2-ps.googleusercontent.com

Pretty sure it's an animated GIF issue. Just odd that I or other admins can't duplicate it.

The reason for the strange googlehosted URLs is because we utilize Google Pagespeed Service. It combines page speed optimisation techniques with the global Google content delivery network. In plain English, it helps pages load faster. The impact is greater the farther you are from the East coast of the US.

I think I know which setting I could disable to fix it. But it appears to be more of a regional issue. I'm going to submit a ticket.


Blair it's working now. :thumbsup:
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Only thing I did was clear the cache... but that figures. :lol:

Or maybe Google already fixed it
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Only thing I did was clear the cache... but that figures. :lol:

Or maybe Google already fixed it


I suspect it was something related to the cache...
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