Bug#541658: problem not only in the network

Mike Hommey mh at glandium.org
Mon Jun 28 07:44:14 UTC 2010

On Sun, Jun 27, 2010 at 12:51:08PM -0400, sasha mal wrote:
> It's not their page which is broken. Because they have the majority. The reality is: if a page can be read by the IE, it's a good page.
> It's the firefox which is broken.

The reality is that a lot of pages are written with IE specific stuff
that are not part of existing standards, or even worse, written for IE
specific bugs or disrespect of the standard. There are even cases where
some stupid User Agent sniffing returns an even more broken page if you're
not using some browser.

That being said, your pages work just fine on iceweasel here, so
iceweasel is apparently not at fault here. Again, please make sure
everything is fine at the networking level. Ask your network
administrator if necessary.


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