You should do the following to get an exact reason why your page never finishes loading:
Do you call any 3rd party scripts on your page? If yes, then check if they respond properly.
Check your website/server for viruses and hacks.
Analyze your page here or here.
Make sure that your server's drive space is not full; it must have some extra space available.
To answer your question: no, looks like that's not the cause.
It wouldn't be the tracking parameters because you mentioned that some conversions are being picked up, and others not. If it was the parameters, it'd be absolute: either always worked, or always broke.
I think there's something wrong with your GTM/pixel or the SPA itself.
I recommend that you ...
I have an application that has started seeing this issue around noon on Nov 20, 2014 (Eastern), with near the exact same issues mentioned.
I was able to connect with one of our users who indicated she was using the Hola.org plugin and I was then able to reproduce the error after installing it myself on Chrome.
Funny thing is although my site was ...
I suggest you don't drive them away as they are potential customers/followers/visitors.
Placing warnings and headers about old browsers isn't gonna change much other than changing the feeling people will experience at your site.
There are two kinds of people who use old browsers:
Those who don't understand computers; They won't update because they don;t ...
This is a glitch with the MIME types on the AdSense servers which occurred some time ago. Last time I spoke to Google about it I was told that it was being fixed but it still comes up on occasion. When this happens the only real solution is to disable adsense for a few days to give Google a chance to patch the AdSense servers and fix the issue, unfortunately ...
The problem appears to be that the window.outerwidth value isn't defined until after the new window is drawn. Further, it appears that your script is executing before the new Window object is fully "initialized", at least in Chrome.
Try this test:
document.documentElement.style.fontSize = (window....
check the website or web page with Pingdom you will get a detailed list of files loading and the time consumed by each of them.
You could also use Yslow a addon for all the major browsers.
another option is Google Pagespeed. You can analyse your website or web page here. Here is also a Google Chrome addon is available.
My personal choice has always been ...
Firefox works quite fine in my experience, however, sometimes it can be overzealous in it's markup. So what you are describing as something that doesn't work, may most probably be not an error on the browser, but on the page html that other browsers (i.e. Chrome) ignore, or compensate on behalf of the programmer.
Bootstrap / textareas, etc sizing issues can ...
In attempting to connect to googlesyndication.com over HTTPS, IE failed to load the SSL libraries in the browser required to make the connection. The HTTP connection was successful, returning status 200, but the HTTPS connections failed. Microsoft explains the error as such:
I suspect it is because the URLs you are using in your ads are formatted like company.org/(country-code) instead of company.org/(country-code)/. Looks like any of the typical URLs without the '/' redirect to the trailing slash versions. Sometimes the UTM parameters fail to persist through the redirect chain and also Google Analytics sometimes mistakes ...
Search the source files for some part of the message, such as with real name $2 was created. You will find some message files - either JSON files, or PHP array, but in any case, a key-value format, where the key tells you the name of the message. You can then search for that name in the source. See the message interface for how you can add parameters to a ...
If the "wheel just keeps spinning" then it means the browser thinks it is still loading something (from somewhere). If you open your browser developer tools -> network tab (and reload the page) it should eventually show "Loaded" at the bottom, in red, ex:
If it does then it may be spinning waiting on some XHR resource, not sure. If it doesn't then it's ...
The WHMCS forums have a couple of suggestions.
Here are some examples of manual SQL Queries that should work as a work around until this is fixed by WHMCS.
This will set all you one year .com domains to renew at $12.99
UPDATE tbldomains SET recurringamount = "12.99" WHERE domain like "%.com" AND registrationperiod = "1";
When I tested POSTing to your site, my browsers and CURL report that the connection is terminated and that there response is blank.
This behavior makes me think that there is a firewall rule in place that is blocking POST requests. The only way to resolve the issue would be to ask your web host to remove the firewall rule.