Mad H@ter, on 20 February 2013 - 02:56 PM, said:
Any suggestions on what is happening and what i can do about it?
While viewing a cache page, go to the IE Menu, Tools, and select "Compatibility View" (or click the "torn page icon" in the address bar). Refresh or go to another cache page and un-select Compatibility View. That's all I did just now, and the banner went away, and everything's back to normal.
I don't know if it's actually a "Compatibility View" issue, just that something must be "reset" in IE to fix the recent layout changes. The above steps may be one way cause that. Give it a shot.
[EDIT]: At this time, I am able to toggle the effect, by turning "Compatibility View" ON (clicking the Torn Page Icon). Turn it off, problem clears. It's the exact opposite of what was happening earlier today.
- Zero cache logs
- No site "decrypt" of hints (the hints are there, but clicking Decrypt just kicks me to the top of the cache page).
- A yellow banner at the top of every web page, warning about older browsers.
[EDIT:] Look in the IE Menu, Tools, Compatibility View settings, and remove "geocaching.com" from the list if it's there. I "added" it accidentally while working on the OP's issue, and cache pages became always broken with that setting. I've turned Compatibility View off
, and "geocaching.com" is not in the list, and it's all back to normal (for now). It's all set back to the way everything was when the problem started
a couple of days ago!
This post has been edited by kunarion: 21 February 2013 - 09:32 AM