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Dailypaul.com won't load!!

Dailypaul.com does not work on Firefox!!!

I have been reading for years. It loads for a few seconds, then the dailypaul goes white.

I had to load IE to post this. Does anyone care??????? Hello tech support?!?!?!?!?!??!?!!?

Not good when #1 Ron Paul site doesn't load!!!!

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I use Firefox and all works great.

Try updating Firefox. Maybe you lost a file.

I'm no Techie like...

...intangible and standup4freedom, but I use Firefox and get the occasional all-white page not just here, but other places as well. Try my NON-tech "fix" for that next time... just hit refresh (F5) and it will usually reload and be fine ;-)

it does load slow

pretty sure a geek could speed it up -lost my resident geek to cancer recently so I'm useless - wouldn't complain -it's a free site

Government is supposed to protect our freedom, our property, our privacy, not invade it. Ron Paul 2007

see this is why the Daily Paul and the grassroots is awesome.

you have a problem with the website and someone knows what to do. As opposed to....

Identified the Problem, proposed some Workarounds / Solutions

Turns out whatever web-framework they're using on DailyPaul, it's breaking because of an "Accept-Language" header used by firefox over 16 chars...
I've reported this issue today, so hopefully they'll fix that.

Looks like there's a bug in Mozilla https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=654099 that puts some extra "chrome:" stuff at the end of the Accept-Languages request header that causes some problems for a rare few websites...

Until either DailyPaul does a workaround for this or Mozilla fixes the issue, here's the workaround for you:
Go to "about:config", filter for intl.accept_languages and reset the value, remove the last comma and the "chrome:blahblahblah" part (mine now just says en-us, en)...
Enjoy your Daily Dose of Paul! :D

"about:config" Configuration

I went to my "about:config" by typing about:config in the Firefox Web Address field. This brought up the following parameters:


Above you said,
"Go to "about:config", filter for intl.accept_languages and reset the value, remove the last comma and the "chrome:blahblahblah" part (mine now just says en-us, en)..."

As you can see (shown above), I don't have "en-us, en", I have "en-us,chrome://global/locale/intl.properties". What should I change?

works for me

good luck

Whoa calm down man, you just

Whoa calm down man, you just get out of prison?

Update firefox.
Check any firefox plugins or disable them all and see what happens.

I'm on Firefox writing this.