[quote=“Atropos7, post:8, topic:57778”]
Try the Firebug add-on for Firefox, or similar plugins for other browsers. Firebug at least has a “Net” panel. It will show the requests being made when the page is being fetched. So you will see if the CSS and image files are being fetched and what the response is.
[/quote]Atropos7, Thanks for your reply.
Excellent - now we’re getting somewhere. Everything from secure.newdream.net is aborted. It also explains why page renders take forever. Each aborted call lasts for many seconds. Unfortunately, as I said, it happens on all browsers, not just firefox.
I also checked it out on my wife’s computer. Hers has no problem with it.
When I go to secure.newdream.net directly, I get a screen as quoted below.
Of course, once I clicked ‘Continue to Site’ all problems resolved. Nevertheless, dynDNS is suggesting that secure.newdream.net is harboring known spyware. Someone at DH might want to take that up with the folks at dynDNS.com. I’ve disabled the ‘DYN Internet Guide’ in my dynDNS systray app. Now things resolve as expected.
secure.newdream.net is blocked in your Defense Plan
This is a known Spyware? website, which is blocked as specified in your Defense Plan?
(A Defense Plan is a tailored configuration which allows you to add content restrictions to your network(s). A single Defense Plan can be used for multiple networks, and you can swap Defense Plans at will to allow or disallow particular types of content.
For more information, please see: http://www.dyndns.com/services/dynguide/readme.html#plan)
Get Me Out of Here
Continue to Site[/quote]