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Web link keeps opening to ' gif image'.


muddypaws
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I am trying to 'donate now' on a friends Race for Life Cancer Research page. I can open her link to her page, but when I click on 'Donate Now' all I get is a blank page with 'gif image' in the search/result bar. I have tried on FF, IE, Chrome and Ixquick with all ad blocking and 'Do Not Track Plus' switched off.

Other people can open it OK.

Is there a simple solution?

I will ask her to send a link to the Donate page and see what happens.

XP Home 3

Thanks.

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exdragon

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I have this problem too, so I'll be keeping an eye open for an answer.

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muddypaws

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I am FF10.0.2

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muddypaws

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The direct link to the donate page gives 'Server not found'. Will google around.

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muddypaws

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Found this and will try it:

Kasp. anti banner

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muddypaws

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exdragon

I just dis-abled the Kasp. Anti Banner. Didn't empty cache etc and now opens OK.

You on Kasp.?

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exdragon

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Yes I am - I'll give it a go, thanks!

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Woolwell

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Noted. Thank you.

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