[COLOR="green"](This is pretty much just a guide I made to help people solve this seemingly common problem that no one seems to know how to fix)[/COLOR] [COLOR="green"](I put this little bit of info so you can relate your problem to mine and determine if your problem is being caused by what mine was)[/COLOR] Okay so about two weeks ago my sister called me complaining about how her laptop would not browse the internet after she updated firefox to the lastest version. I took on the challenge of fixing it, thinking that it would be something stupid like firefox was set …

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It all started pretty well, with the announcement by Mozilla at the end of last month that the Firefox web browser would make the Internet a safer place by encrypting everything. That's everything, even those connections where the servers don't even support the HTTPS protocol. Developers of the Firefox browser have moved one step closer to an Internet that encrypts all the world's traffic with a new feature that can cryptographically protect connections even when servers don't support HTTPS. The 'Opportunistic Encryption' (OE) feature essentially acts as a bridge between non-compliant plaintext HTTP connections and fully compliant and secure HTTPS …

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Hello, my web api is not working on chrome, but working on IE a open appears at bottom contains .json files . i have all the data on it. can you check my code whats the error? public class DataController : ApiController { [Route("dataapi/category")] [HttpGet] public IEnumerable<vendor_category> Category() { return vendors(); } public IEnumerable<vendor_category> vendors() { List<vendor_category> vnd = new List<vendor_category>(); SqlConnection Con = new SqlConnection(ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings["conster"].ConnectionString); String Cmdstring = "select * from [Vendors]"; Con.Open(); SqlCommand Cmd = new SqlCommand(Cmdstring, Con); SqlDataReader dr = Cmd.ExecuteReader(); while (dr.Read()) { string vid = dr["V_Id"].ToString(); string cat = dr["Vendors"].ToString(); vendor_category vn = new vendor_category(vid, …

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Hi guys, I just happen to use chrome and mozilla at the same time (well everyone can do that ). I always use chrome to login to Daniweb, just this morning I decided to use mozilla to login here at Daniweb. At first I thought I was giving the wrong password to access my account but when I tried it on chrome I got in at daniweb. I don't know if I'm the only one experiencing this, if so is there any configuration you do to to access daniweb using mozilla? Well, anyway just what you guys to know about …

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Hey guys, Just tried to log in on Mozilla Firefox 30.0 and it does not give me an alert toast/message. My credentials are good because it worked on IE11 and Google Chrome. I've tried searching something on this topic, but haven't found anything. Have a great day everybody!

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Firefox can finally orient itself, at least in terms of iPhones and MacBooks. Mozilla's latest browser, [url=https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Firefox_3.6_for_developers]Firefox 3.6 beta 1[/url], can now talk to accelerometers such as those in many Apple devices, thanks to [url=https://developer.mozilla.org/Special:Search?search=accelerometer&type=fulltext&go=Search]orientation event objects[/url] introduced in the new Gecko 1.9.2 presentation engine at the browser's core. Also among DOM enhancements are drag-and-drop for file transfer and the ability for Web workers to self-terminate. And that's just the beginning. The [url=http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-beta.html]download of Firefox 3.6 beta 1[/url] for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows contains thousands of [url=https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/buglist.cgi?query_format=advanced&product=Core&product=Firefox&product=NSPR&product=NSS&product=Toolkit&keywords_type=nowords&keywords=fixed1.9.1,+verified1.9.1&resolution=FIXED&chfieldfrom=2008-12-01&chfieldto=Now&chfield=resolution&chfieldvalue=FIXED]bug fixes[/url], including numerous repairs to CSS image rendering and text alignment. …

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Hi, I am here with a strange issue...my facebook app becomes system/browser dependent...some people can access it some can not...my app is having simple html code...why it's happening, can any body help me... Thank you

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Hi All, I have code that dynamically retrieves data with jquery AJAX. when i want to insert data into database via PHP **$_POST** method it cannot grab `select tag` (option) value in Mozilla and Chrome. But it works perfectly in IE. Below is my code. <?php if($_GET['func'] == "drop_1" && isset($_GET['func'])) { drop_1($_GET['drop_var']); } function drop_1($drop_var) { include_once('db.php'); $tablet='table'.$drop_var; $active='active'; $result = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM $tablet where mid='$drop_var' AND act='$active'") or die(mysql_error()); echo '<div class="styled-select">'; echo '<select name="region"><option value="bir" disabled="disabled" selected="selected">Secin...</option>'; while($drop_2 = mysql_fetch_array( $result )) { echo '<option value="'.$drop_2['id'].'">'.$drop_2['name'].$drop_2['id'].'</option>'; } echo '</select>'; echo '</div>'; } ?>

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Dear All friends, I am developing one application which is running on ie all versions. but when I run same application on firefox/mozilla it shows error. html code: **<iframe id='mFrame' name='mFrame' class='mFrameCSS' src="" frameborder=0 vspace=0 hspace=0 marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 width=100% scrolling=no></iframe>** JavaScript code : **<script language=javascript> var lMWFrame=document.getElementById('mframe'); alert('lMWFrame :--->'+lMWFrame); //shows null here </script>** When run this script on firefox its shows null. And when run on ie it shows "[Object] as a output." If any one has any idea, please tell me. Thanks & Regards! Aks

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Hi, I need chm addon for my mozilla seamonkey to open chm files version of mozilla is given as "SeaMonkey 1.0.8, Copyright (c) 2003-2006 mozilla.org, build 2007022608" If not some executable application for opening chm files in my linux , version details are "Linux server1 2.6.9-55.ELsmp #1 SMP Fri Apr 20 17:03:35 EDT 2007 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux" So please anyone help i tried in google but i could not found it. Thanks Srikanth M.

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If you're not yet among the percentage of the population people using Mozilla's Firefox browser, which by [url=http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp]one count[/url] stands at 47.5 percent, perhaps the anniversary of its launch will give you cause. Yesterday was Firefox's fifth birthday, and its market share with co-leader Internet Explorer by [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usage_share_of_web_browsers]many counts[/url] continues to grow while Microsoft's continues to shrink. First released on Nov. 9, 2004, Firefox is now used by more than 330 million people worldwide, [url=http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/press/ataglance.html]according to Mozilla.org[/url], which itself reports Firefox market share at 24.7 percent, according to October 2009 numbers from netapplications .com, which researches market share. In fact, …

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I have the simplest code possible to upload a file using php and it only doesnt work using mozilla firefox. The server responds: 'Bad Request Your browser sent a request that this server could not understand.' This is the code(2 files): upload_file0.php <html> <body> <form action="upload_file.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <label for="file">Filename:</label> <input type="file" name="file" id="file" /> <br /> <input type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit" /> </form> </body> </html> upload_file.php <?php if ($_FILES["file"]["error"] > 0) { echo "Error: " . $_FILES["file"]["error"] . "<br />"; } else { echo "Upload: " . $_FILES["file"]["name"] . "<br />"; echo "Type: " . $_FILES["file"]["type"] . "<br />"; echo …

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HI!! I have an application in php that runs on facebook. Surprisingly it works ok in IE and chrome BUT in mozilla does not open a new window with information .. The code that I´m using is : <script language="JavaScript"> <!-- function MM_openBrWindow(theURL,winName,features) { //v2.0 window.open(theURL,winName,features); } //--> </script> .. .. <a href="javascript:MM_openBrWindow('detalle5.php?id=<?php echo $array_id[$j];?> ','','scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,width=645,height=450')"> <img src="images_sai/icono_lupa.gif" width="20" height="15" border="0" ><span class="guevo">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Click aqu&iacute; para m&aacute;s detalles<br><br></span></a> .. You can test in [url]https://www.facebook.com/lunan.shirley?sk=app_190322544333196[/url] . You have to click in LIKE and then in the application just click in the magnifier "CLICK AQUI PARA MAS DETALLES" (sorry is in spanish). If …

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I am stuck in quite a tricky problem, That is - My session which contains username is getting invalidating on page refresh in Firefox Mozilla. Same is working fine in IE-9 I am pasting the code of both header and index.jsp file. [U][B]Header.jsp[/B][/U] [CODE] <%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/struts-bean.tld" prefix="bean"%> <%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/struts-html.tld" prefix="html"%> <%@ taglib uri="/WEB-INF/struts-logic.tld" prefix="logic"%> <%@ page language="java" import="java.util.*,com.project.web.*,com.project.vo.*" pageEncoding="ISO-8859-1"%> <html> <head> <script type="text/javascript" src="./js/jquery-1.4.4.js"></script> <link href="./css/headerstyle.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" media="all" /> <link href="./css/style_horizontal_naviagation.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" href="./css/commonheader.css" type="text/css" /> <script type="text/javascript"> $(document).ready(function(){ var $div1 = $('ul.the_menu'); var height1 = $div1.height(); $div1.hide().css({ height : 0 }); $("img#menu_class").click(function () …

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hello all i have a jsp page in which i am using a function for detecting the ascii value of key pressed.it has to give alert if other than any alphabet key is pressed.Below giving the explaining code [CODE] function checkname(e) { var cc=e.keyCode; if(cc >=65 && cc <=90 || cc >=97 && cc<=122) { return true; } else { alert (""+cc+""); alert("Enter only alphabets"); return false; } } <td><input type="text" name="name" maxlength="20" onkeypress="return checkname(event);" /></td> <td width="57%"><input type="text" name="user_id" maxlength="20" onkeypress="return checkname(event);"/></td> [/CODE] but when i go to write any alphabet in textbox it gives alert "Enter only alphabets".i …

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hello all i have a jsp project when i run this using apache-tomcat on windows server 2003 a pop up window open in the top of the page notifying about the active x control.when i move the mouse over menu bar item it is not showing drop list.i an not been able to click on the menu item. another problem i am facing is "Some features of my project is not running on internet explorer and some are not running on Mozilla Firefox".

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hello all i hv a jsp code in which there is a link to another file successLogs.jsp as follows <td align=center><a href="successLogs.jsp?strHour=<%=strDate+strHour%>&strcli=<%=strcli%>"><u><%=totSuccCount%></u></td> in successLogs.jsp there is call to a linux script which is fetching a file from the logs. The problem is that when i click on the link in internet explorer the call to successLogs.jsp is not happening but when i use right click and open in new tab then file is fetched successfully.i want to know reason and it's solution. In mozilla firefox both left and right click are working perfectly. PLZ help .it's urgent.

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[ATTACH=right]16919[/ATTACH]The good people at Mozilla have read our minds, again. The latest [URL="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/beta/"]beta version of Firefox 4[/URL], released on Tuesday, has a new tool to help you get out from under that unruly pile of browser tabs. It's called 'Panorama,' a shortcut-accessible drag-and-drop workspace that allows you to move and organize your browser tabs into named groups. The workspace is also scalable, so you can increase the size of the group of tabs that you're currently working on, or shrink those that are less important and don't require attention. Not to underestimate our ability to overwhelm ourselves with multitasking, however, …

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Hi all. I'm ccentering a searchbox in a container and there are some differences between mozzila and IE. I used the following:[CODE] <!--[if IE]> <style>#menu{ height: 3px;} .navigate{padding-left: 35px;} .text{ padding-left: 55px;} .form{ margin-top: -55px;} </style> <![endif]--> [/CODE] the changes for .navigate and #menu are sucessfull but nothing changes about the .form if I change values in the CSS file they apply but I don;t know why I can't overwrite the CSS for IE. Please help. Best regards

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I have a new Gateway laptop with Intel Core i5 2.26 Ghz and4 gb ram. I downloaded Firefox immediately, my browser of choice. However, what I've discovered is that almost immediately Firefox would open an unrequested new browser window when I click a link. E.G. I was on Yahoo today and clicked a link to daniweb after doing a search. (I was testing the theory.) Almost immediately there was a very quick flash of my browser window, almost as if something was opened and immediately minimized. After that daniweb loaded. If I go to the start bar and hover over …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]16065[/ATTACH]Aza Raskin, head of user experience at Mozilla’s Lab unit, revealed their new project, Tab Candy, today. He believes that it will shift the way we use, and think about browser tabs in future versions of Firefox. The goal of Tab Candy is to manage all of your tabs within one browser, rather than running multiple instances of Firefox to handle tab-group management. The basis for the system lies within the workspace of Tab Candy. Users can place tabs within groups that are represented as windows within Firefox. Groups can be opened at once, or the user can choose to …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]15718[/ATTACH]After a brief delay, Firefox 4 Beta 1 was officially [URL="http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/all-beta.html"]released[/URL] to the public for all operating systems this afternoon. Mozilla has deviated from their all too predictable design and created a browser that owes more than a few nods to Google’s Chrome, the fastest growing browser on the market. Besides the inspired, superficial changes, this new version also marks an upgrade to the software that renders HTML pages. Firefox 4 is a very [URL="http://blog.mozilla.com/blog/2010/07/06/firefox-4-beta-1-tell-us-what-you-think/"]different[/URL] beast from 3.6 and the overall impression is that Mozilla means business. Right off the bat, the new tab layout is a grand change in …

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Microsoft got some good news this week when new data showed they had gained market share on rivals Firefox and Chrome last month. It might very well be a temporary data glitch, especially when news came out today that [URL="http://www.networkworld.com/news/2010/070110-ibm-employees-use-firefox.html?source=NWWNLE_nlt_daily_pm_2010-07-01"]IBM was recommending that its 40,000 employees use Firefox[/URL] instead of Internet Explorer. For today, however, Microsoft was very happy for the change, even if it's not quite as great as the headlines (or Microsoft) would suggest. [B]A Closer Look at the Data[/B] According to data from a site called [URL="http://www.netmarketshare.com/browser-market-share.aspx?qprid=1"]Net Marketshare[/URL], dating back to August 2009, IE has been steadily …

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With the annual Pwn2Own hacking event due to kick off tomorrow, Mozilla has confirmed that Firefox 3.6 has an unpatched critical vulnerability. The fact that Pwn2Own competitors will not be able to exploit this vulnerability to claim the Firefox hacking prize will be of no interest to the millions of ordinary users who think they remain exposed and vulnerable until a patch arrives at the end of the month. But they could get protected right now if they wanted, and without changing browser clients as suggested by the German government. The vulnerability has already been patched by Mozilla developers, according …

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Microsoft's decision not to support Windows XP users with the next version of its browser, IE9, will raise a few eyebrows. I can't speak for the position in the US, but over here in the UK very few corporates migrated to Vista, and it's the corporate engine that drives IT uptake. I have anecdotal rather than scientific, researched evidence for this. Last year I chaired an event for Google, which had around 300 CTOs from around Europe attending. It happened to be the day of the launch of Windows 7 and someone in the audience asked who'd be upgrading on …

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Hi Everyone! Just wondering...I was recently under viral attack and ever since then, my Firefox refuses to open. I guess I will have to reinstal the thing, but was jsut wondering if there is a specific critter going around that attacks Forefox this way, just in case I still have something lurking in the dark. Thanks! :) Clotilde

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Webpage will not save for offline. Here's more info: I have a webpage that is very difficult to import and save in Excel, Word, or send it as an email in Outlook. At work, I used Adobe Professional to save it as a pdf, which worked. But at home, the only thing that lets me store this page in it's original formatting is ironically, Gmail with the lab that allows pasting of pictures into emails. But the size is really awkward in Gmail; I have to scroll a lot to see the entire file= annoying! Is there a way I …

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Some Twitter postings just demand you read them two or three times to take in what is being said in 140 characters. One such posting was made today by Mozilla CEO John Lilly which simply said: "Firefox user growth has been amazing last 8 weeks or so. +30M or so unique monthlies" That's worth repeating, 30 million new users for Firefox in an 8 week period. Wow! Tristan Nitot, President of Mozilla Europe, confirmed the figures when [URL="http://news.zdnet.co.uk/internet/0,1000000097,39841085,00.htm?tag=mncol;txt"]speaking to ZDNet[/URL] in the UK. Nitot explains that it can calculate the number of users per month by multiplying the active daily …

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I just read this on a blog about RainDrop - [url]http://www.webmonkey.com/blog/Mozilla_s_Raindrop_Wants_to_Solve_Your_Communication_Woes[/url] It is not a widget but a script and it is still in baby mode. So guess what, you will encounter bugs. I personally like Firefox - it rocks! But anyway, I do like how Firefox is taking this step to integrate the social media experience on your browser. Rather nifty. I will use it. What about you?

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Odd isn't it, how Microsoft kicked up a fuss when Google announced the Chrome plugin for Internet Explorer on the grounds that it could make the browser more insecure. Indeed, it went as far as to suggest that it doubled the potential surface area for malware and scripted attacks. Yet, amazingly, Microsoft sees no such problem with installing a plugin into the Firefox browser. What's more it is installed without asking the permission of the user and, he says with more than a hint of irony, it left Firefox vulnerable to a drive-by exploit. This is nothing new, as those …

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