Internet Page Load Error
load Firefox Editing Tools Article Discussion Edit Article Translate Article Show Translations What Links Here Show
Problem Loading Page Server Not Found
History Customize this article Firefox Version 51 Version 50 Version 49 problem loading page all browsers Version 48 Version 47 Version 46 Version 45 Windows 8 Windows 7/Vista Windows XP Mac Linux Windows common internet error messages 10 Explore more topics Basic browsing Install and update Sync and save Chat and share Do more with apps Protect your privacy Manage preferences and add-ons Fix slowness, crashing,
Access Error Site Or Page Not Found Cannot Open Url
error messages and other problems Was this article helpful? Websites don't load - troubleshoot and fix error messages Are you having trouble getting a website to load? Don't worry — we're here to help. This article will show you how to fix the problem so you can get back to surfing the web. Note: If you see the
How Are Mobile Web Browsers Different From Desktop Web Browsers?
shield icon in the address bar and you're having trouble with that website, please see Mixed content blocking in Firefox Table of Contents1 First, let's figure out where the problem is2 The problem only happens with certain websites2.1 Try clearing Firefox's cookies and cache2.2 The website loads but doesn't work properly2.3 The problem only happens on a secure (https) website3 The problem only happens in Firefox4 The problem happens in all web browsers5 Other, less common problems First, let's figure out where the problem is With a little detective work, we can narrow down the cause of the problem. Open a new tab and check to see if you can load another website like google.com or mozilla.org. If you can open another site, skip down to The problem only happens with certain websites If you can't open another site, continue on to the next step. Launch another browser, like Internet ExplorerSafariGoogle Chrome, and try to open the site you were having problems with. If the site works in another browser,
Google. Het beschrijft hoe wij gegevens gebruiken en welke opties je hebt. Je moet dit vandaag nog doen. Navigatie overslaan NLUploadenInloggenZoeken Laden... Kies je taal. Sluiten Meer informatie View this problem loading page firefox message in English Je gebruikt YouTube in het Nederlands. Je kunt deze voorkeur
Internet Error Codes List Pdf
hieronder wijzigen. Learn more You're viewing YouTube in Dutch. You can change this preference below. Sluiten Ja, nieuwe versie behouden list 3 reasons why web browsers do not necessarily display web pages the same way. Ongedaan maken Sluiten Deze video is niet beschikbaar. WeergavewachtrijWachtrijWeergavewachtrijWachtrij Alles verwijderenOntkoppelen Laden... Weergavewachtrij Wachtrij __count__/__total__ How to fix web page load error! Arkaics HowToPc AbonnerenGeabonneerdAfmelden6868 Laden... Laden... Bezig... Toevoegen aan Wil je hier later https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/websites-dont-load-troubleshoot-and-fix-errors nog een keer naar kijken? Log in om deze video toe te voegen aan een afspeellijst. Inloggen Delen Meer Rapporteren Wil je een melding indienen over de video? Log in om ongepaste content te melden. Inloggen Transcript Statistieken 19.363 weergaven 22 Vind je dit een leuke video? Log in om je mening te geven. Inloggen 23 16 Vind je dit geen leuke video? Log in om je mening https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjKGwtdhKwY te geven. Inloggen 17 Laden... Laden... Transcript Het interactieve transcript kan niet worden geladen. Laden... Laden... Beoordelingen zijn beschikbaar wanneer de video is verhuurd. Deze functie is momenteel niet beschikbaar. Probeer het later opnieuw. Gepubliceerd op 25 feb. 2013Hello, in this video i will show you a simple way of fixing the problem where the pages in your web browser won't load. If i left anything out that you want better explained simply leave a comment below and i will try respond as soon as possible. Also, if anyone would like to see a how to on anything windows pc, then just leave a comment below and i will put out a how to video as soon as possible! Categorie Zo-doe-je-dat en stijl Licentie Standaard YouTube-licentie Meer weergeven Minder weergeven Laden... Autoplay Wanneer autoplay is ingeschakeld, wordt een aanbevolen video automatisch als volgende afgespeeld. Volgende How to Fix " This Webpage is not available" - Google Chrome | Mozilla Firefox | Internet Explorer - Duur: 5:45. DEVICE MANAGER 219.624 weergaven 5:45 FIX - Some Websites Not Loading / Opening in any Browser - Easy Fix - Duur: 1:52. sandeep singh 181.567 weergaven 1:52 How to fix "This Page cannot be displayed"
Webpage display issues Fix webpages opening slowly or not loadingIf a webpage is opening slowly or won't open at all, try restarting Chrome. If multiple webpages aren't loading or Chrome keeps crashing, learn how to repair Chrome if it crashes or won't open. Webpage error codes The following error codes mean there’s a problem opening the webpage. To fix, follow https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/113910?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en-GB the troubleshooting steps in this article. ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED ERR_INTERNET_DISCONNECTED ERR_CONNECTION_TIMED_OUT ERR_CONNECTION_RESET ERR_NETWORK_CHANGED ERR_TIMED_OUT ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED ERR_CACHE_MISS ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE ERR_ADDRESS_UNREACHABLE Step 1: Check your network On your computer, check if you're still connected to the Internet. Make sure your device has http://www.labnol.org/software/webpages-not-opening-in-google-chrome/13041/ a connection to network data or Wi-Fi. Step 2: Restart Chrome Sometimes, Chrome might be trying to do too much, causing webpages to open slowly. Close Chrome. Windows: Press Ctrl + q. Mac: Press ⌘ + problem loading q. Reopen Chrome. Try opening the webpage again. Tip: You can also reopen any tabs that were open before: Windows: Press Ctrl + Shift + t. Mac: Press ⌘ + Shift + t. Step 3: Troubleshoot page loading problems If restarting Chrome didn't fix it, try the steps below to solve the problem. 1. See if the issue is with Chrome or the webpage To figure out the problem is from the problem loading page webpage or with Chrome, try opening the webpage in another browser. For example, try using Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari to open the webpage. If the page opens correctly in another browser If the webpage successfully opens in another browser, try the steps below to fix the issue in Chrome: Close every tab except for the one you're trying to open, then try reloading the webpage. Your computer might not have enough memory available to load the site. Computers use memory to run apps, extensions, and programs. Low memory can cause them to run slowly or stop working. Clear your cache and cookies, then try reopening the webpage. Chrome might have information stored about the site or your information that's stopping the webpage from loading fully. If you use Windows, use the Chrome Cleanup Tool. There could be unwanted programs on your computer getting in the way of the webpage opening correctly. The Chrome Cleanup Tool will help you find and remove these unwanted programs. If the page doesn't open in another browser If the webpage doesn't open in another browser, it's possible that the problem is either the site or your computer. Continue troubleshooting with the next step. 2. Restart your computer Sometimes, other programs or apps get in the way of a webpage loadi
story Tips and Tricks for Google ChromeGoogle Chrome Features that we miss in other Web BrowsersHow to Work Offline in Google ChromeHow to Open iTunes Links inside Chrome for iOSHow to Use Bookmarklets in Chrome for MobileOops! This link appears to be broken in Google Chrome You are trying to open a web page in Chrome and all it gives you is this error message - “DNS Error – cannot find server.” You hit F5 to refresh a page but the error persists. You then open an alternate browser, like Firefox or IE, and the website loads up without any problem. So its a Chrome specific issue and has nothing to do with DNS Servers or your Internet connection. The support page on the Chrome website suggests that you clear your browser cache, delete the cookies and scan your computer for malicious software to fix the issue. Well, that may not fix your problem because the issue is not “malware” but a built-in Chrome setting that's possibly preventing certain websites from opening up in Chrome. When you visit a webpage (like a search results page), Google Chrome will pre-fetch the IP addresses of all websites that are listed on that page. Since the browser has the IP addresses of all the links in advance, DNS pre-fetching ensures that any links that may you click on that webpage will load faster. However, when pre-fetching fails, something that's not very uncommon, you may get the “link broken” error. You are more likely to see such an error when you are trying to open a website that you have never visited before. The fix is simple - go to Tools > Options (or Preferences on a Mac) > Under the Hood and uncheck the setting that says “Use DNS pre-fetching to improve page load performance.” This might increase the loading time of certain pages by a few microseconds but you won't at least see that misleading error message. Related: When you cannot open a specific website Tweet Comments are closed but if you want to respond, please send me an email or tweet. Amit Agarwal is a web geek and founder of Digital Inspiration, a popular tech & how-to website since 2004. He loves building web apps and has also written for the Wall Street Journal & Lifehacker. Sign-up for the email newsletter for your daily dose of tech tips & tutorials.Email: [email protected] ← go back print Tech ProjectsAdSense Sandbox Preview Google Ads for any website. Dictation Speech recognition software for your browser. HTML Mail Send rich-text emails to anyone Encrypt Messages Secure your messages with AES encryption First Tweets Who tweeted about it