Safari problem - single website image lock

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  1. southwtr

    southwtr iPF Noob

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    On a particular web address, Safari is automatically adding extra letters after the address (these are /#!/cover). It has only recently started doing this (the website was fine before, and I can still access the website without problems on different computers - both IBM and Mac). I have tried re-typing the address after deleting the link, but it still addes the extra letters and then not working properly. This means that the screen becomes filled with a highly magnified part of one photo. A little icon on the right appears which says “swipe meâ€. When swiped, it goes to a page with a revolving “busy bar†across it which then becomes blocked. I have tried going to settings and deleting all cookies and all history etc, but nothing seems to make a difference. All other web pages continue to work fine.

    I have also tried soft reset.

    Any suggestions welcome, and thank you
     
  2. MadDragon1846

    MadDragon1846 iPF Novice

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    Maybe they have changed it to detect mobiles browsing the site.

    Tesco direct for example will keep loading the mobile site even if you type in the normal site's address.

    I installed atomic browser, and now I can browse it fine. It has a setting to make sites think it's being viewed by explorer 8, firefox, etc.

    Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF
     
  3. twerppoet

    twerppoet iPad Legend

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    Atomic Browser is probably your best bet, as MadDragon suggested.

    You can also try going into Settings >> Safari and clearing your catch, history, and cookies and see if that helps. Probably not, but it's worth a quick try.
     

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