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Close out of Safari by holding down the home button then sliding the small Safari page up until it disappears. Then turn off the device by holding down the sleep/wake button and sliding to power off, leave it off for at least 10 seconds then turn it back on to test.
Still not working? Go into Settings > Safari > Adanced > Safari Data > Erase all Safari data. Turn it off and on again like above.
If it is still not working, download another browser like Google Chrome and see if those work there.
If you are running an old version of the software like iOS 6 (you can check this under Settings > General > About) or you have an older iPad, it might just be a limitation of the older technology. Those sites are designed to work with up to date technology.
If you are running current software or have a new iPad then you might want to restore the device - Safari is part of the software so it could just be a glitch with the software.
Okay... you probably know what restarting your computer means.. When they tell you to restart your browser, that simply means that you have to get out of the browser you are working in. In your case, it appears that you're using Safari. In my case, for example, it would be Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, or Mozilla Firefox. If you simply close down and get out of ALL of your active windows, and then reopen Safari or whatever you're working on, that should do it. If things don't seem to work how they're supposed to, you can always just restart the whole computer. That way, you KNOW you've restarted your browser.
I am no tech and don't say this is the way to FIX the prob but I was having major issues getting my ASUS to "waike up" after leaving on into hybernation or sleep. I could try 6-10 times but it would always hang at the ASUS screen and after a few minutes "ding" again like it was trying to restart. I then would have to hold power key down until it shut off agin, retry and retry. NOW.. I have the printer on before I hit power button and right after I do, I turn the power off to the printer - Canon MX860...I guess it somehow forces the computer do something but the bottem line is it has worked every time. If I power down the computer, have not yet had any probs starting it back up. Hope it helps though I am sure there is a "right" way to fix
It is possible that your computer may have shut down unexpectedly e.g. from a power cut or the battery dieing and so the program did not close correctly. When this happens the settings file may sometimes become corrupted and so the browser stops working. To fix this you have to download the installer for safari through another internet browser or from another computer and reinstall it over the old copy.
The first thing that you need to do is to access your Yahoo! Mail in another internet browser, so that you will know if the problem is within your Yahoo mail account, or if the issue is within your internet browser only.
If you can access your Yahoo mail in different internet browser, then you may try to optimize the browser that you are having a problem. You may follow the steps below, depending on the browser that you are using:
* For Internet Explorer:
1. Run Internet Explorer and click on 'Tools' menu. 2. Go to Internet Options and locate the Browsing History section. 3. Click the 'Delete' button and delete the Temporary Internet Files, Cookies and History. 4. Close the Internet Explorer and re-open it. 5. Access your e-mail.
* For Mozilla Firefox:
1. Run Firefox and hit 'Tools' menu. 2. Go to 'Clear Recent History' and click the drop-down arrow for 'Time range to clear'. 3. Select 'Everything' and then click the line beside details. 4. Check browsing & download history, form & search history, cookies, cache. 5. Click "Clear Now" button. 6. Close and re-open Firefox. 7. Access your e-mail.
* For Safari:
1. Open the Safari. 2. Click the Safari menu (right beside the Apple icon) and select "Empty Cache". 3. When asked "Are you sure you want to empty the cache?", click "Empty". 4. Click the Safari menu (right beside the Apple icon) then go to "Preferences". 5. From the security dialog box, click "Bookmarks". 6. Click on "Show Cookies" button and then hit "Remove All" button. 7. Select "Done".
Sounds like you have a faulty printer. I use both Safari and Firefox without any problems [Epson CX9400Fax]. Call Epson and if your still under warranty they'll send you another one or pay for a repair. Do not pay the repair yourself as you can buy a printer with a 1 year warranty from Epson from their Clearance Center. BTW, I've been telling everyone to buy a CISS system as it saves tons of money on ink. http://www.inkproducts.com/ink-store/
This is what i did for my mac...
Click safari at the top next to the apple.
Click show cookies about halfway down
Then in the new window click remove all then yes....
Worked for me