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Reply # 160917 30-Aug-2008 17:44
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You are not using a proxy but your ISP might be. I have changed something on the server just to keep the 301 clean - still works for me and I tried on another computer (an iMac this time).






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  Reply # 160921 30-Aug-2008 18:08
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Oh, and as you will note in the screen snapshot, there is no Dimensions, Depth or Image type, but there is a file size.
Viewing the HTML I see no width or height is declared for images in the IMG tag, which in a loose HTML sort of way should work, but strictly should be declared.

Dynamic image generation can and does negate the above information if not declared and yes, I have and do use dynamic image generation for pie charts in Opera 9.52 with no problems. 
http://vulpine.mobi/mobile/stats/deskuse

The URL on my page now displays as http://www.geekz1.com/images/star.gif

The extra slashes have been removed,

However as someone commented, it does look as if the 301 redirect is not completing.

I'm guessing it's not a private/public caching problems as other web browser all work.

It is very possible that it's just a problem with my Opera configuration... on two different PCs in two different versions ... but still quite possible.

So if no one else is having a problem, best not change too much on your server as that could lead to other issues.

 

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 160926 30-Aug-2008 18:28
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freitasm,

You're probably quite correct about iHug using proxies, but it is odd it's only picked on Opera... or should I say two versions of Opera on two different PCs and not FF, K-Meleon IE or Safari.

Which leads back to the public/private cache thing.

I wouldn't spent to much time on this if it's just my problem.

I only really use Opera for quality testing my sites and can not say these problems don't ocurr on other sites.

I'm fine :-)  I have heaps of other browsers out the back all working fine. One even has a gecko on it. ;-)




 

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