This includes the My Yahoo and Yahoo Games, Yahoo Xtra. Keeps coming up Internet explorer cannot display the web page, then it goes on to most likely causes. When I try diagnose connection problems that comes up that the host may be down. I don't see how this can be considering people I know who are online and playing themselves in games and can access their yahoo page. I have been trying for the last 2 or so hours to access either or any of these pages. HELP! frustrations kicking in :(
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If you are using Yahoo, you can click on the sort-of circular thing in the upper right hand corner and add Facebook to the icons - it will appear as a simple f in an icon. Theoretically Chrome can use the Yahoo Toolbar, but in reality it might last for an hour. With Firefox there is no problem because the Yahoo toolbar is an extension (add-on) of Firefox. I believe that Internet Explorer can use the Yahoo Toolbar but it already has too many toolbars already and I wouldn't take up even more useful space with an extra toolbar. On the other hand Internet Explorer just patched 42 holes in Internet Explorer and I cannot recommend Internet Explorer given how porous its security is. I certainly hope that you don't use it. Chrome is far and away the most secure browser with Firefox a distant second. IEx has always been a tragedy.
Issues with Yahoo Messenger check the following ..
http://webmessenger.yahoo.com/ try log into the Web Messenger
> Step 1: Test Your Internet Connection > Step 2: Verify Your Yahoo! ID and Password Open Internet explorer and www.mail.yahoo.com Check by sign in to you account > Step 3: Test Your Access to Secure Pages Make sure that you can access secure pages from Internet Explorer Try to sign in to Yahoo! by going to the Yahoo! sign in page and enter the same Yahoo! ID and password you were using before. > Step 4: Verify Credentials Verify that the same Yahoo! ID and password you used before in the last step also works in the online version of Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger for the Web: http://webmessenger.yahoo.com/ enter the same Yahoo! ID and password you were using before. > Step 5: Check Connection Settings Click the Messenger menu and select Connection Preferences. Click Connect directly to the Internet, and then click OK.
Check by Changing the connection type to a connection via a proxy server: Click the Messenger menu and select Connection Preferences. Click Connect via a proxy server, then under this option, select HTTP proxy, and then click OK.
All you have to do is go here:
It depends on what Internet Browser you're using. Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox, Safari, etc.
It won't work on certain browsers like Google Chrome, but it should for IE and Firefox for sure.
Click on your Internet Explorer icon; you'll find this in
your Start menu, or the toolbar at the bottom of your desktop window.
Type in "yahoo.com" to IE's search box at the top of
the browser window (this is just an example, you can use any website that you want).
When the yahoo page display
Go to toolbar at the top of browser, and click on
"Tools", then "Internet Options". At the top of the pop-up, you'll see a "Home
Page" box. The address of the site that you are currently at
(http://www.yahoo.com) is there. Press the "Use Current" button to
specify this page as your home page good luck and do rate the solution if helps
Register for a free account at the Yahoo website. Choose a user name and password. Although a Yahoo email account will be created for you, you must have a valid email account in order to get your MyWeb registration confirmation.
Install your chosen MyWeb save option. Choose one of two methods that you can use to save pages to MyWeb. Yahoo gives Internet Explorer and Firefox users the choice of downloading the Yahoo Toolbar or adding a MyWeb button to the browser's bookmarks toolbar.
Bookmark a cached version of any web page, not including some secure sites, by selecting "Save to MyWeb" on the toolbar or button that you installed. Add a tag to group your pages by topic. Yahoo will suggest tags based on your page's content and recommend popular MyWeb tags.
Choose to make the bookmark private or public. The default is public, but users can change this. MyWeb provides bulk editing options that allow you to restrict access to your bookmarked pages to you only, your contacts or anyone. Change tags and delete bookmarks easily with the bulk editor too.
Upload your stored personal bookmarks from your browser, if desired. Sort bookmarks and pages by date, title or relevance.
Access your MyWeb account from any computer with Internet connection. Select MyWeb in your toolbar, from the Yahoo homepage or by saving a page.
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