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  1. #1

    Default Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    I've tried all three and have cleared caches, history, cookies, etc. all I'm getting is the screen in the attached picture.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    If you try this link, it should work
    http://www.basenotes.net/content/

    I can use all three of the browsers mentioned above- please advise whether the link works for you in your browser.

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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Have you also tried clearing your DNS cache? If not, try that.

    I have been having issues with BN on Firefox on Windows 7 (I get a server configuration screen), but Chrome is working on that machine so I am getting my fix. Firefox on Mac is working for me.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    The link didn't work, just got the same black page.

    I use OpenDNS so I'll have to check the settings here shortly.

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    Clearing the DNS cache didn't help, either. I know I'm not the only one as there are several postings on the Facebook page with the same issue.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Are you all using OpenDNS, The Bark?

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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    I have no idea what the others are using. One was in Quebec, another Connecticut and myself in NY.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Maybe a techie can comment, please - I used an old MBP to upload some pics in Safari this evening & there were no problems.
    It's the one that I used site testing in Safari, Chrome & Firefox.

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    I am able to access the page from a windows based cpu in a neighboring room. Go figure. What a pain... My only guess is, and something the tech may want to look into, is there may have been changes with the recent upgrade to Mavericks that doesn't allow access to the site regardless of the browser.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    How bizarre! I will attempt to get some answers for you The Bark.

    Please bear with me,

    Danielle


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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Quote Originally Posted by The Bark View Post
    I am able to access the page from a windows based cpu in a neighboring room. Go figure. What a pain... My only guess is, and something the tech may want to look into, is there may have been changes with the recent upgrade to Mavericks that doesn't allow access to the site regardless of the browser.

    I accidentally upgraded one machine to Mavericks last week sometime & it didn't make any difference to me.
    They all work equally well.

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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    I'm running Mavericks too, but will see what I can work out.

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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox
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    This post was made as an issue

    Thanks for the help! It's definitely puzzling...

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    Don't know if this helps or not: I added the develop drop down to my toolbar and clicked on the Show Error Console tab and had the follow message repeated three times:

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 503 (Service Unavailable), then the address for the maint-logo.jpg
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Quote Originally Posted by The Bark View Post
    Thanks for the help! It's definitely puzzling...

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    Don't know if this helps or not: I added the develop drop down to my toolbar and clicked on the Show Error Console tab and had the follow message repeated three times:

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 503 (Service Unavailable), then the address for the maint-logo.jpg
    Thanks The Bark -- And you have the same problem with all the browsers (Chrome, Safari, FF?)

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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Yes, but I'm unsure of the codes for the others - just know that this is what I got with Safari.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    Can you reach Basenotes via 176.56.58.233? If you can then it's definitely a DNS issue somewhere on your end. If not, then it's something else entirely.
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    Default Re: Can't access website thru MacBook using Safari, Chrome, Fire Fox

    I tried just now from my laptop and it's working! Wahooo! This was without trying DocmanCC's link, so something somewhere else seemed to have changed as I haven't done anything with my settings.
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    Congratulations, The Bark.

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