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    Problems with site in Firefox?
    Anyone else having trouble with the site in Firefox 6.0.2, or is it just me? Some pages look like the stylesheet is broken, other give me a HTTP Error 400. IE is doing just fine ... but the Coupons & Deals page runs like a turtle in IE
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    Same problem here. It's fine then all of a sudden I start getting errors and now even get them when clicking on affiliate links
    HTTP Error 400. The size of the request headers is too long.
    from standard affiliate links.
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    That's why I am staying away from the new version.

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    Fixed it ... don't know why, but clearing all cookies has remedied all the errors ... hope that helps someone.

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    Thanks for following up with what helped!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Hamrick View Post
    That's why I am staying away from the new version.
    Unfortunately some v6 stuff has spilled over to the v5 layout.

    Whoever added that basket box (for affiliate view/search merchants), that hovers over everything, gets in the way and throws the page layout out of whack, should be put on timeout.

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    I have never once clicked that hover thingy. I hate hover thingys. There should be a law against them.

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