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Topic # 103100 30-May-2012 12:46
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If it loads at all, this takes an age, usually, nil response
http://s7.addthis.com/js/250/addthis_widget.js?pub=fooo

If you access with https
https://s7.addthis.com/js/250/addthis_widget.js?pub=fooo

It works fast and fine

If you access with hidemyass.com or similar, no problem.

If you remove the pub= then sometimes it works, but it's always SLOW.

I can only assume at this point, that the proxy farm is most likely at fault.





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  Reply # 632567 30-May-2012 12:51
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Oh god yes. Thanks for post as been having horrid trouble with this and a few more ad sites all this week. Driving me NUTS.



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  Reply # 632751 30-May-2012 17:22
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Appears to have been fixed (for now).




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  Reply # 633095 31-May-2012 09:01
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Still having issues on multiple sites in Opera. But then Opera can be like that :)

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  Reply # 637120 7-Jun-2012 08:57
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Sorry for such a late comment....

I noticed last year that the elements from s7.addthis.com for my sharing buttons were by far the slowest thing holding up one of my websites from loading fully.

In the end I looked at the analytics, figured that few were using it and mostly for FB & twitter so I created a couple of buttons to link to the sharer urls of these two services. Not as good as addthis, but it sure helped the speed of pageloads.

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  Reply # 639655 12-Jun-2012 13:28
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Just received an HTTP Err 101 (Proxy problems) when trying to access microsoft.com and now an empty page from the same domain.

Time to reset the farm again.




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