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Hi guys!
I finally decided to read Paul's DE article today. I think it did not load it in it's entirety. After the 'Die bugs! Die!....' header I have one single line of text. Then there is a loooong interval of empty space. At the bottom of where the body of text is supposed to be, there is a white bucket next to amazon links to buy DE. Then there is the heading for 'more' and "signing up' for email. And I do see the picture of the calf that was placed there to take up some space that would have been blank.

Please check it out, I freely admit thst the problem could be my connection. Though other long articles from other places have loaded fine today.
 
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windows 7
explorer

I preferred firefox, but it doesn't work for me anymore. A casualty of Microsoft?

I followed the link, it is displaying same as described above.
 
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Loading okay in chrome for me.

How about cleaning browser history and cookies?  Does that help?
 
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I ran it in 7 and it looked fine. I have triple boot in Windows7 Windows10 and Ubuntu Linux. I still like 7 but I speak 10 and Linux again. (in the early 2000's I ran a Linux (Red Hat later Debian) box for three years. I have it again to fake my iPad Pro working as a Wacom Graphics tablet for a lot less $$$.)

(edit) 7 and not chrome there are some things I hate in chrome. I tried firefox and it looked good too .
 
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Success with chrome! Thanks guys.
 
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Works on Safari for me (on a Mac).
 
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can anybody else duplicate the problem in IE?  Especially win7?
 
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I was able to reproduce the problem.

IE is unable to render the content of the main section of the article I think it is because there is a problem with the html tags that were used (for the tech people,

tags we used inside the

    tags). Apparently (and not surprisingly), Chrome and Firefox handle the problem without much fuss.
 
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I think I fixed the main issue.
 
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Adrien Lapointe wrote:I think I fixed the main issue.



Yay Adrien! You fixed it for my windows 7
 
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