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There is another solution. Use Chrome.... on every computer platform you own. Chromium on Linux... same thing. If Chrome is messing up... its your computer, not the website. If your "favorite browser" is Firefox instead of Chrome your opinion is null automatically because it shows how low your intellect actually is.
Chrome is the single reason that ANY other web browser changed at all in recent years. Literally. In the decade or so before Chrome there were very little changes, after Chrome every browser went through an explosion of "upgrades".
Why not use the most secure, easy to use, junkless, available everywhere, and most dependable browser?
In closing..... use Chrome.
Thanks for the comments. I will try some of the suggestions in order to fix the problem. While trying Chrome might work it doesn't solve the particular problem I'm having with only this site. I like to solve problems rather than avoid them. I'm sure it has to do with something within my system because I don't have the problem on either laptop. I recently updated a Java platform plugin and that might be the problem since I got a message that it is vulnerable to malware.
Not well. IMO. I have to use one for work, but it is not usually a pleasant experience. My current Macbook Pro is 3 years old and as fast today as it was day one. I have never had any problems. (I'm sure I've had some minor issues, but they were so small I can't even remember them). Technically, my response earlier was a joke, but it would solve the problem.
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