I am using Mozilla Firefox 1.0.4 and my theme is "Noia 2.0 Lite".
Problem: Whenever I go to a website with php-Nuke, my browser hang for about 40 seconds. Why?
MY PC SPECS:
Intel Pentium 1.8Ghz
Microsoft Windows XP Pro SP2
is it happening if you use other themes? try using some other theme...the best is the default then tell us.
Sometimes it is the problem with the tables on the site.
Firefox seems to have some problem rendering large number of tables on certain sites.
Why don't you try IE or opera to see if the problem is due to Firefox?
the problem is with the theme, it requests too much memory, because its graphics are too complicated and then pics have big sizes, so it takes too much time to load them, ...
I've installed it, and i really it takes too much time to open sites like PHP-NUKE, I agree, ...even Frihost takes too much time to be opened...
the only thing that i'm sure is that using the default theme of firefox or themes that have simple graphix, avoid you to have similar problems...
Nice surf with FIREFOX!!
seems like the theme ain't compatible... but still it's better to stick to the default theme.. you won't have any problems that way
Moved to the Computer Problems and support forum.
as the other members said, try other themes. without direct access to your problem, I cant help you very much though, sorry.
Another suggestion is that it might just be firefox's fault, because I know that it sometimes loads websites layout wrong, so it might just be having trouble setting up pbpnuke.
the problem may be the theme. I guess it consmes many resources. Try with another.
Well most probably it looks like a theme problemo. Go back to default theme and see what happens.
Also try removing the extensions u have installed if theme change dosent work. bcos my bizzare problem was due to faulty extension update.
If not then go to Opera but dont ever go back to IE
Maybe its your connection. What are you hooked up with?
If it is a problem with the theme, I would reccomend changing it to the default or SaferFox, which is simple (it actually reminds me of the iPod and other Mac products).
Maybe you can feedback to the developer if it is due to the theme.
Submit a bug report to the project, be sure to include the OS platform, the page source that caused the hang, and whether or not it is running on your own server.
If you are running PHP-Nuke on IIS, then other things may be going on as it handles php erratically (or really, php developers generally handle IIS erratically by developing PHP code in place on Apache)