Firefox not updating web page
Certain types of malware are known to target Firefox and can prevent it from loading various websites: On the Details page that comes up, briefly describe the problem, and enter the URL of the problematic webpage. Enter proxy server settings. In the list of preferences, double-click network. Close the Connection Settings dialog. Click the Submit button. In the Connection section, click Settings…. Any changes you've made will automatically be saved. Click on "Firefox makes me sad".
Maybe next time do not use the safe setting Make a new one and test If that happens, please report the problem to Mozilla as follows: Chosen solution soulstenance said Thanks for the reply! Reset the page style You may have inadvertently set the page style to No Style. Change your proxy settings: At first I thought this was a Facebook issue but I've also noticed similar issues on other sites, like web games not updating, etc. IPv6 Firefox supports IPv6 by default, which may cause connection problems on certain systems. Click the arrow next to Details to display the list of items that can be cleared. Close the Connection Settings window. Click I'll be careful, I promise! Reset Zoom Some websites may not look right at different zoom levels. In the Connection section, click Settings…. In the Network Proxy section, click Settings…. Firefox seems to not know how to manage the cache and update it when necessary. Enter proxy server settings. To ensure Firefox is set to use the page's default style: In the address bar , type about: Now that the page is using its default style, it may be displayed correctly. In the Time Range to clear: You can help too - find out how. Well if you run in safe mode and the issue is not there then it is add-ons https: To disable IPv6 in Firefox: Select true when prompted to set the value and click OK. While I am quite certain a reinstall would fix the problem for now , reinstalling the whole of Firefox every couple months, when I have a slew of addons and custom settings, seems like a non-solution to me. Certain types of malware are known to target Firefox and can prevent it from loading various websites: Right-clickHold down the Ctrl key while you click in the list of preferences, select New, and then select Boolean.