IE 6 not opening web pages, just blank pages, browser not working?
Question: I can only get the Yahoo home page to load. I can type something in the search area and get results, however when I pick on a result or (web page) the only thing that comes up is a completely white screen. It appears to be working, then rather quickly says done in the lower left hand corner but no page is loaded. What is the problem?
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You may need to load the java and other upgrades like ActiveX to view more "modern" sites. Get the updates from MicroSoft for IE6.0 that should update all the windows components needed.
It's usually a problem with the browser not being able to use the 'Secure Sockets Layer' protocol. SSL is the security protocol of choice for most online entities like banks or shops, who want to be able to establish a secure connection. Over at Mozilla, there are plenty of pages about this. Here's one for starters http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Firefox%20cannot%20connect%20securely%20because%20the%20SSL%20protocol%20is%20disabled#w_check-your-ssl-settings For Safari, there are a few things to try here http://safari.helpmax.net/en/solving-problems/if-safari-cant-open-a-website/
Sounds like your computer has lost its internet connection. IE6 will sometimes still show you cached copies of pages that it has sucessfully downloaded in the past and may display them when you try to view that site if no connection is available. Here's one way to check this. Go to tools - Internet Options and in the General tab look for "temporary internet files". Click on delete files. This will clean out your cache. Now try and view Yahoo. If it doesn't load then your computer is not connected to the Internet. Look for connection problems such as loose or disconnected cables, verify that your modem and router are working. (try unplugging them and plugging them back in). If the yahoo page does load and you are still getting the same symptoms then you may have software corruption in Internet Explorer and you may have other unseen problems. If that is the case the best bet is to back up your important files to another disk and then do a re-installation of Windows. Explorer is such a core part of windows that it's best to re-install if you have problems that cause what you are seeing.
Most likely cause is a driver setting NOT a printer setting, especially if it's 1 used on a networked printer. You list the paper size in tray as lettre (so I assume you are in USA) make sure the printer driver is set to match this size, and that the document size in word is set to this also. I can't recall if it's letter or A4 is slightly longer, but if either way 1 is slightly longer and narrower than the other. So if printer and driver are not set to match it could be throwing line feeds in odd places. Try a print from a different application, for example, does a windows test page throw a spare page afterwards ? If you print 2 pages worth of raw text from Notepad does it throw extra pages. If yes, then remove printer driver and reload it CHECKING all the settings, if they previously looked OK, if you found a setting in driver looked wrong, try that first. If it still does it, try installing driver on a different PC (laptop?) and test from there, if it still does it contact local HP support team, if it doesn't then look into software setup on the "problem" machine. having spent 5 yrs fixing printers I can assure you most problems of this nature are simply a driver setting, or a printer option setting, or can even be the paper tray guides not set right, so middetecting paper sizes.
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Single space 12 pt: two typed to one printed. Double space 12 pt: one typed to one printed. In general. Just so you know, publishers and editors think in word count, not page numbers. When they get a manuscript, they take the word count, and, by knowing the number of words per page for the different layouts they have available (hardcover, large soft cover, supermarket paperback) they figure how many pages the final book will be. Doing this will average out pages with lots of dialog and therefore lots of white space. The shortest novels you'll see on the shelf are about 40,000 words, or just over 150 pages. This is for the Young Adult market. Adult books are usually 60,000 to 100,000, but of course some are very much longer (but usually not over 200,000 words - about the size of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows). More info than you need at this point, but the more you know about how publishing works the better off you'll be. Have fun writing!
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