Shaking Pages on the PCA site

  anchor 16:35 20 Oct 2009

I have noticed that over the last few days pages on this site seem to be occasionally shaking sideways. Its like they have a tic. This is noticeable for a few seconds when changing pages.

It only only happens on the PCA site. I thought it might be just me, until I saw a similar comment on the forum this morning.

  alB 16:42 20 Oct 2009

Yes, same for me but only on the Helproom forum page ...alB

  simonjary 16:53 20 Oct 2009

It's the earthquake of Windows 7 boxes landing on our readers' doormats...

We'll look into it.

Thanks for the heads up.



  anchor 16:58 20 Oct 2009

alB: You are correct; just done a check and it only happens on the Helproom pages; odd!.

  Forum Editor 17:30 20 Oct 2009

to the Flash content in the side panels.

  Stuartli 19:31 20 Oct 2009

No shakes here - on any of the pages (Firefox).

  morddwyd 20:58 20 Oct 2009

Thank God! I can have another glass of sherry after all!

  Jim Thing 21:44 20 Oct 2009

I'm using IE7.

Now there's a grand idea!

  anchor 14:18 21 Oct 2009

This video from another forum member demonstrates it exactly.

click here

  Chegs ®™ 14:25 21 Oct 2009

I wouldnt notice any shaking as I always open a new tab with the middle button & it forms behind the "home page" :)

  alB 17:13 21 Oct 2009

I think the Eset Smart security 4 advertisement at the very bottom of the page could have something to do with it, it doesn't seem to be on any of the other pages, I'm sure it will sort itself out eventually ...alB

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