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Try switching to classic format in yahoo mail options, seems to have solved the problem for me. The problem seems to be "ad/bluelithium" that shows in the address bar when you are cut off. Must not have gotten to classic yet.
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Who is your ISP, contact them and report slow pages loading. Have you tried this on another computer on a differnt network? Slow pages loading is the result of either a slow internet connection or a busy network. Time of day also affect the quality of your connection to a free service.
I've had the same problem as mikeforma. My problem had to do with the the All New Yahoo mail. When I went back to Yahoo Classic the problem went away.
Here's how I fixed it. (1) Sign into Yahoo. (2) Click Yahoo mail. (3) At the 'blank screen' , copy an paste this url: http://us.mg1.mail.yahoo.com/dc/optout?s… <then press enter> (4) Say YES to opt out of the All New Yahoo mail.
Hopefully it should work for anyone having similar problems. It did for me.
I found the solution here: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080115191554AAbQizr
You may try optimizing your Internet browser.To do this please follow the steps below.
If you using Internet Explorer:
1. Open the IE > Tools > Internet Options. 2. Click on "Delete Cookies" and "Delete Files" buttons 3. Click on "Clear History" button 4. Close/re-open the IE 5. Try accessing yahoo.com to see if the page will load up.