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Reply Anna November 4, 2014 at 12:55 am # Ugh, I keep getting this problem constantly and nothing is working. Reply Angelo June 6, 2015 at 4:43 pm # Hi guys! As developers and marketers look to optimize their sites, page speed should be among the top optimizations to consider. 2. GTmetrix Analysis Errors 1.

You can also enter the username and password using the http://username:[email protected]/ syntax, but usernames or passwords containing @, :, or / must be URI encoded. GTmetrix has numerous test servers located worldwide which you are able to use for testing your site's speed. Log in, or do whatever you need to make the site generate the cookie(s). It simply restores your systems operating files and settings to how they were set at that date.

How many reports can I save? 5. Computers rely on memory to run apps, extensions, and programs. First visit the site on your own computer. The file is executable and will reset your IP configuration, as well as restore your winsock.

e mail me at [email protected] if it works! Register now Not a member yet? Visit our Recommendations page for a list of each service's best practices. 6. I know it is a working page because I have had other people try it from different locations and it comes up for them.

The page simply doesn't try to load before firefox pops that error up. Why won't GTmetrix analyze my URL? Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. So I think you have a problem with your Java and active X controls.

If you need to save more than 20 reports, you can always upgrade to a GTmetrix PRO account. 5. Internet Explorer users: Unfortunately, viewing cookies in IE can be difficult; we recommend downloading a program like IECookiesView to view cookies. Re-test! 20. Step 1: Uninstall Firefox Step 2: Start internet explorer Step 3: Get over the fact that IE sucks green weenies Step 4: Enjoy the fact that every link you click on

Hopefully this will help someone else with the same problem!! We're experimenting with the scalability of GTmetrix, so at the moment you can only monitor 3 URLs. Here is a guide to XP: and here is one for vista: If none of these options work I'm at a loss as to what it could possibly be Try this.

and strangely enough, that is when I started having all the problems... I do not find anything in there about entering a specific link. Help please :( Helpful +0 Report dhancy 1Posts Monday August 3, 2009Registration date August 4, 2009 Last seen Aug 4, 2009 03:58PM Ok, I discovered one more piece to this puzzle, It works fine on my fiance's computer, which is on the same router, right next to mine.

Make sure that you update each program to get the latest version of their databases before doing a scan. If no host or path is supplied, the cookie will default to using the analyzed URL's domain for host and / for path. Network connectivity errors 2. Shut your computer or mobile device down, then turn it back on and try loading the page again.

No, not at all! I just uninstalled that program and still the same problem.... I have done nothing different and the problem is back. I am using 2 of the 4 sticks to give me 8GB of memory, but I have absolutly no problem with the internet Chrome giving me the AW Snap message any Realize that 100% is not realistic, and a green score generally means your site is speed optimized. Non of the spyware/virus stuff did anything at all. why should I change it? 3.

So,it is possible that the site itself is using extraordinarily large JavaScript files, I don't know why some sites do that, but it happens. The most common one is “404 Not Found,” which means you’re trying to access a page that doesn’t exist. Why? 8. Google changes these rules often however and some are experimental at the moment.

Reply Erik October 23, 2013 at 7:36 am # i had this exact problem.. :/ so i went to the control panel and uninstalled google chrome. I'm very happy with how Firefox is working!