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Having a weird problem, not sure where to ask -- I have an iMac running Snow Leopard for months now, using Safari as my browser as always.

However, the past week or so, if I'm a website like CNN (ok mostly People magazine LOL) and there's an article i want to read, I click it and a blank page loads and that's it?! The same page loads fine on a PC at work.

Thoughts??
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I would suspect the site doesn't like Safari. Have you tried accessing the same site with FF or Chrome?

You might also try resetting Safari to see if that helps.
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I've visited those sites a million times before with no problems at all, using the exact same setup -- i'll try resetting see if that helps ! Thanks very much
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