I'm unable to enlarge images on sites.

November 16, 2010 at 14:43:11
Specs: Windows 7
I'm unable to enlarge images on sites. I am only able to view images that are already on the site's page. When I press enlarge it just shows me a blank bookmark page. Can anybody help me please? Thank you!!

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#1
November 16, 2010 at 18:03:44
Are you prepared to give an example?

What browser are you using?

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#2
November 17, 2010 at 14:42:20
hey Derek
yeah i'm using firefox browser and the last few images i couldn't enlarge was from pistonhead car site.

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#3
November 17, 2010 at 17:01:16
I'm in the UK - just tried ours and OK.

Please copy paste the full address line (http:...etc) in here then I can go straight to what you are seeing. Let me know which image if poss and whether it is on the first page.

Also let me know if the same happens when using IE.

Not sure if any of this will tell me anything but it would be a good start for anyone helping on here.

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#4
November 20, 2010 at 02:00:11
Hey Derek sorry for the late reply! yeah the pistonhead site works perfectly fine when enlarging all images throughout the site using IE. However the same still does not apply when trying to enlarge most images (especially on the classifieds adds) using firefox. bookmark search and history blank page comes up??

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#5
November 20, 2010 at 09:16:56
I don't know of a Firefox setting that could cause this but perhaps the best first step would be to download their latest version and try installing it again. Ideally I would uninstall it first, although if you have any custom settings you had better note them because they will get lost.

If you still have trouble I'll prowl around Firefox and see if I can find anything useful.

EDIT:
I have seen some suspicions raised about firewall settings causing this (possibly in routers). Here's one of them:
http://www.technotaste.com/blog/tha...
Read all the responses because there are some fixes given. It might be worth you "temporarily" disabling your firewall and then, with Firefox, going to a safe website where you are getting this problem. As implied, some routers have firewalls.

I hope this lot gives you some food for thought.


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