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Problems with cached copy ( google chrome)


uklad_in_ireland

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I was going to book up flight escort service  http://www.bangkokflightservices.com

 

Last month or so the site was working fine for me and today every time I go to look I get  oops! Google chrome could not connect to www.bangkokflightsevices.com. When I click on cached copy the page opens but not everything work's and I have to reload the next page the same way. I'm just annoy and don't feel safe doing it this way if I have to put my credit details on or not sure if it would work.

 

I have notice this has happen before on one of my news site few months ago which I've stop using now. I've also try using IE on my computer but the page will not load up too?

 

I have try reading the Q&A on google but do not understand it clearly.

 

Just wonder if there anyways I can get it running back to normal or would it be best using another computer to book up this service .

 

 

 

 

 

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Hmmm...no bites? I'll give it a try. 

 

I can connect easily to http://www.bangkokflightservices.com/index.php using the Google Chrome browser. I wonder if you are getting blocked somehow? 

 

Standard advice would be to clear your browser cache and cookies (do a web search to see how to do this and also how to "ping" a web URL). I'm assuming you are up to date with security patches, have good antivirus and other malware protection, don't visit dodgy web sites? 

 

If you can't ping the site, one wouldn't expect to be able to reach it with a web browser. If you CAN ping it, that means there is connectivity but pinging doesn't cover all the connectivity options (ports). Some ports required for your former browser connectivity could have been blocked from your location since the last time you could access the site correctly. 

 

I can ping http://www.bangkokflightservices.com without problem. Can you reach the site from other computers in your area, ie the local library, internet cafe, friend's computers? If so the problem is likely with your computer or internet provider, connection, etc. Hope that helps some. 

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Hmmm...no bites? I'll give it a try. 

 

I can connect easily to http://www.bangkokflightservices.com/index.php using the Google Chrome browser. I wonder if you are getting blocked somehow? 

 

Standard advice would be to clear your browser cache and cookies (do a web search to see how to do this and also how to "ping" a web URL). I'm assuming you are up to date with security patches, have good antivirus and other malware protection, don't visit dodgy web sites? 

 

If you can't ping the site, one wouldn't expect to be able to reach it with a web browser. If you CAN ping it, that means there is connectivity but pinging doesn't cover all the connectivity options (ports). Some ports required for your former browser connectivity could have been blocked from your location since the last time you could access the site correctly. 

 

I can ping http://www.bangkokflightservices.com without problem. Can you reach the site from other computers in your area, ie the local library, internet cafe, friend's computers? If so the problem is likely with your computer or internet provider, connection, etc. Hope that helps some. 

 

 

I got http://www.bangkokflightservices.com back working again.funny thing I used my phone 3g and the site was working then switch over to my pc then I clear out my cookies and just pc tuneup. Just my news site still don't work but i move onto other websites so I'm not missing out on anything. I'm guessing its my internet broadband fault as everything else works.

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  • 2 months later...

Try doing a CTRL-F5 that will reload it fresh.  If that does not work try clearing your cache and cookies.

 

~Snappy

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Or try adding a random query to the end of the URL to break the browser cache: 

 

This page is: 

 

then add a query for an id at the end of the URL, which won't matter to the page:

 

 

that'll also force a reload in a browser. This way you can see if you're getting directed correctly. 

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