What is wrong with Mozilla Firefox?

January 7, 2011 6:52am CST
I just switched to Mozilla Firefox a while ago. I changed my previous web browser which is Google Chrome because something crash in it. When I started browsing, there is a page where its contents are scattered. It looks like it somewhat loaded with error. But I tried to reload the page many times. It didn't change.
4 responses
@petersum (4525)
• United States
7 Jan 11
I have noticed that a lot! And it isn't only in Firefox but in other browsers as well. The page has everything there but not in the right places! I am using a wireless connection, and I think this happens when there is too much noise on the signal.
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@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
7 Jan 11
Without mentioning the page it is not easy to make a specific comment that is directly related to the issue. The least that we could have done is to download the same page, and see what happens. At the moment my guess is that the page is optimised for a different browser, especially if other pages load down well. If that is the case then the Mozilla team should be informed of this error. Maybe they will fix it.
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@RamRes (1725)
• Argentina
10 Jan 11
Maybe it's a problem with the site, if they just where doing some changes to it. Try again in a few hours or days. Also, may be due to some incompatibility with Firefox, as some sites are designed with one browser in mind a forgeting the others, so try with some other browser, IE for example if you're on Windows. Or because you're using and old version with some bugs fixed in an updated one.
@_sketch_ (5709)
• United States
8 Jan 11
I don't know. I always use Firefox and I have never experienced problems like this. Do you have a Mac or PC?