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 Post subject: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 9:33 am 
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Hello,

I create a new topic for my question, maybe you've already seen it in my topic about hacked site...
So I've to replaced some files because the site was hacked. Now, the site can't load in Firefox and IE, but it's okay in Chrome/Opera.
I found that the problem comes from this line in the index.php :
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$html = $smarty->fetch('template:'.$contentobj->TemplateId());

So I searched in the content itself. Tried to change the template, nothing changes. Tried to delete access to some modules : the site may load sometimes, but it doesn't seem to be linked with a specific module. Sometimes it loads, sometimes not. If I have all modules, it never loads.

It makes me crazy, I do not understand why it works in Chrome and not in Firefox !

The site is : http://www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com/

Can you help me ?


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sun Feb 26, 2012 6:18 pm 
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Do you have some kind of redirect set in the server, I see it doesn't like to load in Firefox but does in Chrome, but I found this in the <head> and all the links have /cms/ in them...

<base href="http://www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com/cms/" />

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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sat Mar 03, 2012 10:49 am 
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Yes, because I installed the CMS in a cms folder. So when you go on www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com, you need to be redirect to www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com/cms. Do you think it's important ?


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2012 8:10 pm 
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Yes, I think you should move it out of the subfolder, at least copy it to the root so you can do testing on the subfolder site, then you can remove the redirect, which might speed it up...

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Default content http://multiintech.com/defaultcontent/
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http://album.multiintech.com/
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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:27 am 
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Sorry for being so late, I didn't have much time...

However, I tried to delete rewriting rules and all. It doesn't change anything.


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 11:43 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
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Oops ! Would better if I deactivate it. Now you can see that it doesn't load.


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 1:20 pm 
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Neow wrote:
Yes, because I installed the CMS in a cms folder. So when you go on http://www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com, you need to be redirect to http://www.ce-clemessy-strasbourg.com/cms. Do you think it's important ?
What files do you use in the serverroot?
Just a redirect to /cms?
It looks like DrCss has got a point and this is the problem. FF is going in a loop trying to open the site.
Read also viewtopic.php?p=274997#p274997

grtz. Rolf

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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
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I tried it as you said, just needed to change the .htaccess in the root cms folder (the default /doc htaccess file has a "deny from all" line). The serverroot files are now those you gave in the other topic (htacces and index.html). Same issue. Still working with Chrome, still not working in IE/FF.


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
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Neow wrote:
I tried it as you said, just needed to change the .htaccess in the root cms folder (the default /doc htaccess file has a "deny from all" line).
You should use the doc/htaccess.txt file in the root of the cms website. Renamed it there to .htaccess

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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
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Done. Nothing has changed :(


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 Post subject: Re: Site slow to load in Firefox/Ie, ok in Chrome/Opera
PostPosted: Fri Mar 23, 2012 4:19 pm 
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I see the page doesn't load, but a cookie has been created...
and you have been hacked?

Why don't you export your data en re-install? You could install it in an other folder (/cmsms for example) and if it works, just change the redirect.

Hope it helps.

PS: intodns.com tells me yous website is hosted at OVH! OVH is not really a good hosting platform. From experience i can tell you that OVH Database servers are slow and the price is high. I advise you to consider using an other hosting service in the future, it will save you a lot of trouble!


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