Configuration :: Changing Website / Getting Message "Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage"?
Oct 1, 2010
I have a website1 that works. I created a new website2. I went to windows explorer and copied website1 folders and files to website2 directory. I created aspnetdb in website1 using the membership provider service. I detached it from website1 and attached it to website2. When I run website2 in debug, I get message "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage".
I used to use VS 2010 and Windows 7 32 bit editions. Now I have upgraded to 64 bit editions.My problem is that every time I run my webform website, development server is set up and when I stop debugging it is closed.On 32 bit versions it was launched just once. Now every time I hit F5.Problem is that many times IE just displays Internet Explorer cannot display the webpageif I press F5 (refresh) once or twice website is displayed.What can I do with it? Other browsers wait until that development server is launched, just IE doesn`t
i have one application that is deployed in IIS at Remote Desktop. if i access that application from local system i am getting "Internet explorer cannot display the webpage" and it is running fine in Remote Desktop but not in Local system.
I have a problem.when i create a new web site and browse it with IE8 ,there is error(Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage) and now i am working with VS2008 and IE8.but i also have an older version of VS(VS2005) on the same computer.when i created a new web page with 2005 ,there is no problem and everything is ok. what is the problem with VS2008??i uninstalled it and reinstalled.but there is same error.i tried VS2008 on the another computer and i had no problem.
I'm trying to publish my page and received this error when open it:
When I browse it in the development environment using Microsoft Web Developer 2005 it view just fine. I then copy all my files & put in C:Inetpubwwwroot and open IE to view it, the above error showed up. In IE8|Tools|Internet Options|Advance, I uncheck "Show Friendly Http Error Msgs" in hoping that it'll show me something more than the basic error, but I'm not getting much more.
I just was issued a new PC that has Win7 (non-64 bit). We use SVN as our source control, and I pulled all the web projects down to the new machine. After configuring IIS, I compiled one project and ran. Almost immediately I get the error "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". I ran the diagnostics, and get the message "The remote device or resource won't accept the connection". Looking in the event viewer, nothing showed up. I had this running on a Vista Ultimate box, and even did a one to one compare of the settings between the two boxes, and things are the same, but obviously I've missed something. Any thoughts on what to investigate? How can I see a better message than the standard (already turned off Friendly Messages)?
I have a page with two data bound list box controls on it. When I there is data in the controls the page crashes and i get "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". I have tried to set break points to see what is going on. I have tries to fill the boxes in the code behind instead of using a data source in the page. I have tried setting the page time out to 3 minutes. Nothing is working and I'm not sure what the problem is. The page works fine as long as there is no data in the controls. I'm trying to figure out what I am missing.
Listbox causes page to Crash getting "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" Instead of posting your entire code for us to review, could you post the specific portion of the code that you think is causing the problem (probably the retrieval or setting of the data).
I have a FileUpload and a button, when I click the button to save the file to webserver, but It does not work (no error messages) and the browser appears message: Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage. (The same thing with Firefox)Here's my code snippet:
and cs file:
I marked the point at Button1_Click to debug, but it does not work.
I need to upgrade a ASP.NET website for IE8. it works fine in IE6, but not in IE8. I don't want to run it in any backward compatibility mode. I would like to make any code changes that are required to make it fully compliant with IE8/Firefox. what is the best and/or easiest way to do that? is it just a case of going through each of the things that are broken and fixing them one by one or is there a more efficient way to fix these issues (some kind of utility??).
when I launched my site within Internet Explorer 9 I began receiving script error messages. I read the support for Internet Explorer and found out that because some sites are designed for older browsers there'll be compatibility issues until the sites are updated for Internet Explorer 9.
to the Global.asax file to deal with the issue. The errors I received were from IE9.
isn't there any way except setting the website as an application in IIS??because i want to create it in filesystem.thare are lots of links andi i almost all of them but i'm confused and it doesn't work.
When VS debugging view on the .aspx page on Internet Explorer 8, I don't see the picture except for a blank Image control box outline and at the top left corner, a symbol "X" in a square box was displayed. Is there some settings to do with IE8 or Visual Studio 2008 ?
Two websites that are being developed by me is online in my office network. Our IT department has updated Internet Explorer and the view my websites is completely disturbed. Now we have Internet Explorer 8.0.6001.18702 In most of my pages the setting is that from top to bottom, in top there is a panel holding dropdown, textboxes and just under this panel there is another panel with gridview. When the pages load the first panel with the search controls are ok.
When i supplied search parameters then gridview resulted overlaping the above panel and it scrolls behind the above panel. When there is one record populates to gridview the whole gridview would not be seen but the count label shows one record.
CWe've internal application written in ASP.NET, AJAX, SQL 2005. The problem is that sometimes response time (post back) is raising up to 10-30 second for some reson. The only way to make it faster is to restart browser (IE). Then it works really fast.
I have no clue what is causing this. Maybe it's viewstate, browser cache, browser memory clogging - I DON'T KNOW. The only thing I know is when I shut and reopen browser it's working fine. If I leave it open and come back in an hour or two it's really slow.
I build some website using VS2010. its no problem for me to watch the site by click view in browser from VS but, if i want to send the website folder to someone, and he dont know nothing about VS or programming, how can he use the site
i have created a website in VS 2008 express edition and i have a URL and hosting space and i'm sure the space in windows based and not linux based, all i want to know now is how to get my website onto the internet, do i have to up load it through VS or can i use a packaged such as filezila?
The newdomain.com is trying to place cookies in the browser and IE dosent like that. I have no control over the application hosted on the newdomain.com. I have read a lot of articles which talk about having a P3P information added to the header of the page which hosts the iframe. So in my application's Global.asax I have the following code:
This works for Firefox and Chrome but I'm just presented with a blank screen in Internet Explorer. Why? (I've tried setting the "Content-Disposition" header. If I set it to "attachment" I am presented with the download dialog. If I set it to "inline", I just get a blank page like before. I want the wav file to play inline like here: [URL]
I am trying to write an app in asp for users that will run in the browser but not look like a browser so I want it to open without all the toolbars. So it should be just the Title bar then the page. We will create a shortcut to the page on the users desktops. Is there a way to do this?