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jimmyye0h
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Hi,

Our site (www.iloho.com) works fine on FF, Chrome and Safari but on IE it seems to freeze on the home page after signing in.

We've been trying to resolve this for a week and sadly there's no meaningful progress.

Is anyone able to point out which areas we should look into?

Cheers
Jimmy

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have you seen the console log of IE's web development tool?

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since IE crashed before the loading was done, the console log was not accessible. We just had to force quit.

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Have you tried "debugger;" to put breakpoints in your code?

MyLogin = function(){
    this.loginUser = function(){
        //getData through AJAX

        // insert the debugger to create a breakpoint; script stops here
        debugger;
        this.prepareUserData(userData)
    }
    this.prepareUserData = function(userData){
        //... implementation for preparing user data
    }

}
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ANy chance of showing your code? Couldn't test it without signing up.

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