All of a sudden, Safari won't load walmart.com properly

dictoresno

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Anyone else getting this? Used to work fine, now its not loading correctly. It is working just fine on Firefox however on the same machine. I haven't adjusted anything recently in the Safari settings or running an adblock on the page. Im updated to 10.11.6 beta (15G7b) on both my iMac and Macbook Pro.

 

cynics

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Is it working ok now?

I'm on the latest public release of El Cap and its load as expected in Safari.
 

dictoresno

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Nope. Still not working on the newest beta. Anyone else on the beta have the issue? Works fine on iOS.
 

MysticCow

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I'm having multiple issues with Safari right now, especially when it comes to scrolling back to the top. It messes up the page to the point where I have to scroll down and then back up to get it functioning properly again.
 

dictoresno

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I'm having multiple issues with Safari right now, especially when it comes to scrolling back to the top. It messes up the page to the point where I have to scroll down and then back up to get it functioning properly again.
Does the Walmart website work? Or is it not displaying right?
 

campyguy

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FWIW, their website quit working on me a few days ago as well and I figured it out, and I'll surmise that it's your Adblock Pro extension getting in the way. For me, it's both Ghostery on my Mac and Mozilla's Focus on my iPhone - disabled them or load walmart.com without ad blockers and all is good again. FWIW...
 

dictoresno

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FWIW, their website quit working on me a few days ago as well and I figured it out, and I'll surmise that it's your Adblock Pro extension getting in the way. For me, it's both Ghostery on my Mac and Mozilla's Focus on my iPhone - disabled them or load walmart.com without ad blockers and all is good again. FWIW...
I already tried that but I'll try again
 

LRHogFan

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I don't know why I care, but I am having this same problem and tried everything I know to get it to work. Not a site I normally visit but was price checking some stuff and now it just bothers me because it should work. Works fine for me on Chrome and Firefox.
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I don't know why I care, but I am having this same problem and tried everything I know to get it to work. Not a site I normally visit but was price checking some stuff and now it just bothers me because it should work. Works fine for me on Chrome and Firefox.
Well, after posting and going back and deleting more cookies and website data, it finally opened correctly. Please disregard.
 

dictoresno

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Yea deleting all cookies and website data fixes it for the most part. Only damn website it happens on.
 

meagain

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I cannot load Walmart OR Container Store. Any ideas? I deleted cookies and cleared cache to no avail. I have zero extensions, etc.
 

sartor

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I am also stumped.. Deleted cookies as instructed, and cleared history.. Unsure what else to do.. Walmart only website that will not load correctly.. any help appreciated.. thanks!!
 

dictoresno

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Erase all cookies and cache. You may be missing some that are walmart related.
 

sartor

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Found the Fix. Cookies and cache does ZERO

This is the only thing that works. I couldn't load Walmart, Container Store, Houzz and IDK what else. Now I'm good to go. Finally.

Run this in Terminal. It's a GlobalSign certificate issue!

https://support.globalsign.com/customer/portal/articles/1353318
OMG! THAT WORKED!!!!!!!!!!! I can't believe it! Thanks!

I used the in terminal as directed: "OS X 10.12 Sierra

To delete both OCSP and CRL cache in OS X 10.12, open a terminal and run the following command:
sqlite3 ~/Library/Keychains/*/ocspcache.sqlite3 'DELETE FROM ocsp;'"
 

theHac

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Anyone else getting this? Used to work fine, now its not loading correctly. It is working just fine on Firefox however on the same machine. I haven't adjusted anything recently in the Safari settings or running an adblock on the page. Im updated to 10.11.6 beta (15G7b) on both my iMac and Macbook Pro.

[doublepost=1491312092][/doublepost]I had the same issue until I updated the Oracle Java.
 

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