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I am not sure if this is the correct forum for this but I am having a problem accessing just one website with Safari. The site appears as a blank page.

I am using Safari 6.1 and OS X Version 10.8.5

When I use Firefox or Chrome the same site displays fine. If I log in as another user on the same iMac the site works fine in Safari.

I have tried flushing the DNS , resetting Safari with no change. It was working fine a few days ago.

Any suggestions would be welcome.

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Without telling us the site in question so we can independently test it, we can't possibly answer this question. But as a starting point, is your Flash up to date? Does the site in question use Flash?
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Without telling us the site in question so we can independently test it, we can't possibly answer this question. But as a starting point, is your Flash up to date? Does the site in question use Flash?
Problem solved. It was a CNAME record

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