Pages on this forum keep freezing?

  Tick Tock 20:07 17 Jan 2005
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When ever the adresses vibrantmedia.com or
static vpptechnology appear at the bottom of
the screen plus 80.168.139.211 the pages freeze
for 20 seconds or more. I am using firefox 1.0.

  stalion 20:10 17 Jan 2005

having no problems here on ie

  LeadingMNMs 20:15 17 Jan 2005

No problems on Firefox here, just you by the looks of it.

  john-232317 21:23 17 Jan 2005

Very slow tonight here.Worse than dialup.

  dan11 21:33 17 Jan 2005

From, Vog - powerless - valvegrid and many more.:-) Hosts file. Download and run. click here

Then see the difference.

  dan11 21:35 17 Jan 2005

As it says

"Remember to delete your browser's cache (Tools>Internet Options>Delete Files) to get rid of the ads you've already downloaded."

Just use the auto installer.

  Dorsai 21:38 17 Jan 2005

Try click here
to download 'adblock' for FF.

After you install it you will need to close all FF windows.

Once you have it installed, click on the 'Adblock' that you should see in the bottom left of FF window.

In the 'new filter....' text entry box at the bottom of the new windo enter "HTTP: //www. vibrantmedia .com". I have added spaces to prevent the site becoming a 'click here' then click OK.

IF that does not work, right click on click here and select copy link location, and paste it into the 'text entry box' i mention above.

It will block all the ads from vibrant media, that really slow this site down, and generally prevent it working well.

  john-232317 21:44 17 Jan 2005

Nice one seems to have improved it ;-))

  octal 21:50 17 Jan 2005

Also go to Preferences and take the tick out of Enable JavaScript, its not needed on this site and it speeds it up, but don't to forget to switch it back on when going to other sites.

  Tick Tock 15:28 18 Jan 2005

Thanks will try the options.

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