I am using a laptop with Mozilla-Firefox for web use. There is a site where I cannot view the page correctly - I just see the basic details to the left of the screen and no main page is visible at all. All other web-site pages are visible normally. When I access this site on other PC's I can see the page normally. I have obviously done something to the 'view' of just this page. How can I 'undo' it?
For extra info the page I want to view is the homepage of a very well known UK bookseller. if I can't see the page, I can't buy from them!
I need to buy an e-book for a present so this is more than irritating as I need to download to laptop then transfer to e-reader...
Well, some improvemwnt... I updated Java for Mozilla but that did not improve my site viewing at all. I tried to update in Internet Explorer and it said I was already up-to-date. I DID find a 'Compatibilty Mode' on the IE page when looking at the Waterstones page and 'voila', suddenly I could view the page normally! However returning to Firefox the problem remains when I try to view the page there. Is there a similar 'Compatibilty Mode' hidden in Firefox?
Incidentally, thank you for your time helping me with this... Barry