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  1. #1

    Question What do you see in this website?

    Hi,

    I was asking, what do you see when you Access www.mtxis.net ?

    I run Netscape and it ask me to download a file but with IE runs fine
    ^_^

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    "The page cannot be displayed" is all I see
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    Are you sure it wasn't asking you, if you want to install flash?

    I got that prompt when I checked it out with Mozilla.

  4. #4
    Originally posted by Pat H
    Are you sure it wasn't asking you, if you want to install flash?

    I got that prompt when I checked it out with Mozilla.
    Well, I have an Screenshot here
    Click Here
    ^_^

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    Seem to load fine for me just now.
    Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him to use the Net and he won't bother you for weeks.

  6. #6
    No dialogs pop up for me in Firefox...

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    Loads fine here. Albeit it loads slowly.

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    Very slow load but loads FINE in MyIE2

    The Dude

  9. #9
    Originally posted by The Dude
    Very slow load but loads FINE in MyIE2

    The Dude
    Ahh is that normal for a Gnax server?
    ^_^

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    Loads fine in mozilla..

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    Appears to be a misconfigured server sending a bad mime type.

    I'm not sure how much you know about http protocol but basically every time data is sent from a server first it sends a mime type which tells the application what the data is.

    I can tell that from the picture the problem is instead of sending a mime type of "text/html" which is the correct thing to send for a webpage so a browser knows it's a webpage the server is sending a mime type of "application/x-httpd-php".

    See some browsers are strict about mime types and when they don't know the mime type they just treat the data as something to download to a file. Other's will actually look at the contents of the data being sent down the pipe and try to figure out what it is. so for a smart browser it'll look at the data see it's html and go "oh ok I don't know what this data type is but this looks like html so I'll just render it as a webpage."

    as for how to fix it... well don't ask me. I have a friend that runs my webserver for me

  13. #13
    Originally posted by Dexter
    Appears to be a misconfigured server sending a bad mime type.

    I'm not sure how much you know about http protocol but basically every time data is sent from a server first it sends a mime type which tells the application what the data is.

    I can tell that from the picture the problem is instead of sending a mime type of "text/html" which is the correct thing to send for a webpage so a browser knows it's a webpage the server is sending a mime type of "application/x-httpd-php".

    See some browsers are strict about mime types and when they don't know the mime type they just treat the data as something to download to a file. Other's will actually look at the contents of the data being sent down the pipe and try to figure out what it is. so for a smart browser it'll look at the data see it's html and go "oh ok I don't know what this data type is but this looks like html so I'll just render it as a webpage."

    as for how to fix it... well don't ask me. I have a friend that runs my webserver for me
    Thanks for the Info Dexter

    Bad, now I have to fix the mime type

    Would this be for all Accounts or just this one?

    Thanks
    ^_^

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    Well,

    Seeing as everyone who goes to it has slow loading,i'd say you need to fix the MIME in ther script dude!!!!!!

    I dunno,maybe ask one of the mods here what the MIME script here is and then use it on your site,then it will load fast like WHT does

    Good Luck!!

    The Dude

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    GNAX usually has managed services. Ask them to fix it for you..

    If not, the server was delivered to you with a problem.

    Ask for one of the following..
    A) To fix the problem
    B) To give you a new server
    C) To offer you compensation for the loss of uptime

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    Moved to reviews.

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