On May 22, 6:30 pm, " email@example.com"
re: "With this one it was just some html gobbledygook, or somethin"
It's actually a gif image.
Where I work, if a picture site (tinypic, etc) is blocked, we get a
webpage from a corporate proxy server. It explains the steps to take
contact our IT department if we feel the site should be allowed, etc.
In this case, the gif image is presented by the pics.bbzzdd.com site,
not by our corporate servers. You can view the source of the webpage
and see that is comes directly from pics.bbzzdd.com, so it is not
being blocked by anything internal to my company.
That might be so at if a corporate server was involved, but as I said:
"Works in IE 7 on my home machine (same one where is doesn't work in
FF 3.6.3) "
So it can't be a LAN setting since it works with one browser but not
with another on the *same* machine. No net-nanny type software
And just to make it even more interesting, the link now works on the
corporate machine running IE6 on which it did *not* work last week.
As I said earlier...
Doesn't work in IE 6 on my office machine.
Doesn't work in FF 3.6.3 on my home machine.
Works in IE 7 on my home machine (same one where is doesn't work in FF
Works in Safari on a MacBook Pro
Works in IE 8, Opera and FF 3.6.3 on my son's machine
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