Safari problem

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  1. elbennet macrumors member

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    Hi all,

    My mom works on a website for my high school's band program. She would regularly have me check it through Safari to make sure everything cam through alright (she's using FrontPage.....I know I know). A few days ago, everything was fine, but now every time I go to the website, I get beachballs and have to hold down the power button to turn my computer off - I can't even force quit Safari. The website loads fine on Firefox. Any ideas? Is it my computer's problem or my mother's website?
     
  2. clevin macrumors G3

    clevin

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    any change to the website in these "few days"?
     
  3. elbennet thread starter macrumors member

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    She originally had some mp3s on the home page, but she took them off b/c she had originally thought that those were the problem, but I still can't get the website. Other than that, just text updates, nothing major I would think.

    the address is www.lakotaeastbands.org if that helps
     
  4. clevin macrumors G3

    clevin

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    My guess would be when she took down the mp3, there are some error when frontpage processing the operation.

    let me go step by step
    do u have problem loading this page?
    http://www.lakotaeastbands.org/news.html

    this is the embeded frame in the link u give out (I don't even know why there is an embeded iframe, since the whole page only have one frame.)
     
  5. elbennet thread starter macrumors member

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    yeah, Safari froze and I had to restart when I clicked on that link.


    My mom said she thought she got rid of all the frames - she's new at this.
     
  6. clevin macrumors G3

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    oh my, this frontpage is scary, it uses 50 font tag to define one sentence, jesus, i would guess it need some clean up, before ppl can even begin to analysis where is the problem. i will post back later when i get time.
     
  7. clevin macrumors G3

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    the webpage is not very complicated, so my suggestion would be to re-write it with NVU or Dreamweaver, there are many problems in that page, and it will take more time to fix it than re-write it.
     

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