With regard to Version 6.10.1, currently being used by many ePages hosting partners, a problem can emerge which leads to a browser not displaying pages in their entirety. After extensive research, our developers were able to identify the reason for this issue. This issue crops up in Firefox 3.X, 3.5.X and 3.6.X only. The issue in question does not affect Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox 4 Beta.
The connection speed and performance of a client’s computer seemingly affect the incidence of this issue. This issue cannot even be replicated in our development network, for instance, and occurs only sometimes in external systems – depending on connection speed and the computer in question. These circumstances made it extremely difficult and time-consuming to troubleshoot the issue.
The problem in question does not seem to be an "ePages problem" per se, but a problem with the Firefox browser instead. Our developers have seen reports on Facebook and IMDB about this type of incomplete page loading; this same issue is also described at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1943082 with regard to the Dojo framework. In Version 4 of the Firefox browser, currently available as a beta version, Mozilla seems to have eliminated the cause of the problem.
Issue-free operations with Firefox 4 or Chrome
Our developers have transitioned from fixing the problem in the shop’s storefront to working at top speed on eliminating the problem in the shop’s back office. Until a corresponding patch can be completed and incorporated, you should use either the beta version of the Firefox 4 browser or the Chrome Browser to administer your shop. The aforementioned issues do not occur in these two browsers.
A piece of advice regarding the Google Chrome Browser: As a result of Google’s short update cycles, the very latest version of the Chrome Browser might not be recognized in the back office. An error message will then be shown in the back office: "The cache is not enabled in the browser you are using". Please ignore this "error message", as you can continue administering your shop without any problems.