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What's Wrong with my FireFox

 
Arun Giridharan
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i'm unable to create new topic , the view of javaranch is blizzard!
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Seems like you created this new topic just fine!

All the colors and styles are defined in CSS files; either somehow you've found yourself behind a firewall that's blocking CSS, or perhaps the cache on your machine (or a proxy or firewall you're going through) contains a bad version of our CSS file. I'd start by completely clearing your browser cache.
 
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i created this new topic through chrome , and have cleared complete cache and disabled firewall still the same old above thing follows!!
 
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Arun,
It works fine for me. When is the last time it worked for you?

Also, can you try loading the css file manually to see if it is blocked somehow?
 
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Do you have the Web Developer plugin for Firefox installed? And if so, have you disabled CSS and/or images?
 
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javaranch is completely in a different view for me through Firefox.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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