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Farhanalio


There's something wrong with your Web site, but you don't know what. You've created a Web site and you want people to visit and read it, but for some reason no one's showing up. What could be wrong? Here are some common issues you might have with your Web site without even realizing it.

  1. No One Can Find Your Web Site - They're looking for a Web site just like yours. They go to the search engine and type in their keywords but your Web site is nowhere to be found.

  2. Your Web Pages Are Lost - They finally found your Web site and are looking for a specific Web page but try as they might, they can't find it.

  3. Web Pages Load Slow or Incorrectly - The reader found the Web page he wanted but it took forever to load or things are jumping around on the page while loading. Worse yet, the Web page loaded but it didn't load right.
  4. JavaScript Errors - You decided to add JavaScript to your Web page but you're getting an error.
  5. Text Too Large, Too Small - You want it to be just right. If the text is too small users with a high screen resolution, or bad eyesight, will have trouble reading it. If the text is too large people will have to scroll to read it.
    Use the Right Size


  6. Requiring Downloads - You added music or some other program to your Web site and it requires your readers to download software in order to view it but they don't have the software and don't want it.
    Use Software with Care
  7. Bad Spelling or Grammar - Your reader is reading your Web pages and notices that you're not a good speller or you often leave words out or your grame is just bad.
    Spelling and Grammar Fixes

Mar 21, 2011 | Websites

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I cant able to watch videos on facebook


This could be a problem related to either JavaScript turned off or due to flash plug-in problem

You can check if JavaScript is working in your browser by going to this tester page; http://www.javatester.org/ and clicking on 'JavaScript' in the list on the left hand side. If JS is working, a box will open up confirming it and specifying your browser's name and the version of JS it is using..

If JavaScript is not working you will have to review your browsers settings to ensure that you have it enabled.

You can also double check your version of Adobe flash by using this tester; http://kb.adobe.com/selfservice/view...5507&sliceId=2

Try uninstalling and reinstalling your flash player.

Uninstall flash player by going to http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/141/tn_14157.html

You can install it by going to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

Dec 08, 2010 | YouTube Websites

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Cant watch videos


Hi,
This looks like a Javascript turned off error.
Make sure that you have Javascript enabled in your browser.
Hope this will help, wbwTeam

Mar 12, 2010 | YouTube Videos

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An ajax error kepps showing when i log to facebook #1001


@ alfred john lumibao

Java and JavaSCRIPT have absolutely NOTHING to do with each other. Ajax is JavaScript, so reinstalling Java is pointless and simply wrong.

Aug 09, 2009 | Facebook Social Network

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Javascript or Flash update


download latest flash player...

Jun 03, 2009 | YouTube Websites

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How to enable JavaScript


in IE you can enable java script from menu tools-> option and here go to advance tab and enable javascript

Apr 25, 2009 | YouTube Videos

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What is the Thumbs-Up/Down URL pattern?


It would depend on whether the site you are stumbling has ever been stumbled before or not. If not, it would be a javascript popup window. If so, it just changes the color of the button in the toolbar...so that is probably javascript too...?

I don't know how you would get a code for something like this. I don't think it would be a URL though.

Dec 12, 2008 | StumbleUpon Social Network

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Java script


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To turn on JavaScript within Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher:

* Open Internet Explorer
* Click on the "Tools" menu
* Under Tools, click on "Internet Options..."
* Within Internet Options, click on the "Advanced" tab
* Scroll down until you see the "Microsoft VM" heading
* Under Microsoft VM, "JIT compiler for virtual machine enabled" MUST BE CHECKED.
If it is not already selected, click on the box next to the JIT compiler option.
Click "OK" and then restart your computer before using Internet Explorer to come back to this Web site.
* NOTE: Some newer versions of Internet Explorer may not have "Microsoft VM" heading. If this is the case, then javascript may be enabled by default via another method. If you do not see the "Microsoft VM" heading and you are still having difficulty accessing other pages within this site, please call the Web Testing Helpline at (814) 865-8270 or email l-ftcap-tech@lists.psu.edu for further assistance.

Netscape Communicator 5.0 or higher:

* Open Netscape Communicator
* Click on the "Edit" menu
* Under Edit, click on "Preferences......"
* Within Preferences, click on the "Advanced" category on the left.
* When you click on Advanced, options will appear on the right.
"Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" (or "Enable native object scripting") MUST BOTH BE CHECKED.
* If they are not already selected, click on the boxes next to the "Enable Java" and "Enable JavaScript" options. Click "OK" and then restart your computer before using Netscape Communicator to come back to this Web site.

Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4 or higher:

* Open Mozilla Firefox
* Click on the "Tools" menu
* Under Tools, Click "Options"
* Within Options, click the "Web Features" or "Content" tab
* Make sure "Enable Javascript" is checked
* If it is not already checked, put a check in the check box and click "OK." Then restart your computer before using Mozilla Firefox to come back to this Web site.

Oct 20, 2008 | YouTube Videos

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YouTube Help


You have to make sure that JavaScript is turned on, and that you have an updated version of Macromedia's Flash Player.
To be sure that JavaScript is turned on –
Internet Explorer - Tools -> Internet Options -> Security Tab -> Click on Custom Level -> Scroll down to Scripting (near the bottom) and click Enable for Active Scripting. Then OK, and OK again.
Firefox - Tools > Options > Content > Enable JavaScript (Windows) Edit > Preferences > Content > Enable JavaScript
In case JavaScript is turned on and you still can't get it to work, download the latest version of flash player.

Sep 15, 2008 | YouTube Videos

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