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Posted - March 15 2007 :  11:14:13  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Hi VP Support and Experts!

Please help and suggest, this is really a big bottleneck for VP ASP Carts.

My client is using IE 7.0, and also tested on other versions as well. IE 7.0 is behaving very weirdly and taking a long time in loading my shopping cart (http://newrootz.com).

I have noticed that it did not display the site until it renders the whole page in local system cache and then it display it all at a sudden, a complete page, which is complete with all images, flash files etc. Is this some bug in IE 7.0, or this is approach which microsoft has adopted in IE 7.0.

It works best on FF, Opera and Netscape in my system. My client is complaining about the speed and loading time in IE 7.0, please suggest all reasons so i can make him understand and the website start loading quickly. Currently it is taking more than a normal time.

I am most concerned with IE 7.0 as most of our client base is using IE.

Thanks in Advance.
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VP-ASP New User

94 Posts

Posted - March 15 2007 :  11:43:15  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
see if the phishing tools are active. the new ie7.0 has more security features for safer browsing so you might need to modify the setting in the browser a little.
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Doug Page
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Posted - March 15 2007 :  16:13:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Using IE7 here and your page responds quite quickly. Phishing filters are turned off on my machine.
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VP-ASP Super User

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Posted - March 16 2007 :  01:09:58  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
yes Phishing filters on IE 7, but hey its Microsoft, what do you expect?
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Starting Member

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Posted - April 10 2007 :  15:43:07  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I'm using IE 7 and your website works fine...do you really have a problem or just want to attract people to see your site ;-)
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VP-ASP New User

186 Posts

Posted - April 10 2007 :  17:56:15  Show Profile  Visit stone5150's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Phishing filter is one of those good ideas that doesn't quite work out tat well in the real world.

BTW My site runs oddly on FF especially when you order over $200 on a credit card =oP
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