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# 179170 29-Aug-2015 23:02
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This website developed at great expense by the NZ government for people to pay road toll fees...

https://tollingonline.nzta.govt.nz/

Click on "access your account"..and, the login page looks corrupt for a start...


"{{link.text}}" appears beneath the login button, which looks like some kind of programming control code. 

So, not optimistic from the start. 

Then, i enter my username and pin that i registered with, press login and get ....

"The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable."


I wouldn't be so annoyed, but I've been unable to sign in on my account in the last 4 weeks or so.  And, NZTA say the website is working just fine. 

Anyone else had issues?   I'm wondering if I'm being fined for not paying my tolls now. No idea, because their website is rubbish. 



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  # 1376247 30-Aug-2015 00:30
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Certainly it is broken, and has other problems, such as this under the login box {{link.text}}. When I try to login I get a white page with this error

{{link.text}}

The resource you are looking for has been removed, had its name changed, or is temporarily unavailable.

Wonder who they got to built it.

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  # 1376249 30-Aug-2015 00:53
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THose kinds of tags are the norm for angular (a javascript framework).  What browser types/versions are you using?

EDIT,

I see what you mean now, looking at the console looks like it jams itself up..  Pretty poor form

 
 
 
 


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  # 1376254 30-Aug-2015 07:42
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It's taking a toll on resources




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  # 1376259 30-Aug-2015 08:22
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I tolled you it would never work.

Any more?

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  # 1376554 30-Aug-2015 19:12
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It's because /Content/app/app.min.js has gone missing, and that's the entire Angular application.  Hence, nothing works.  And no, it's definitely not your PC.

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