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    SitePoint Member Pinny's Avatar
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    Unhappy slow as a snail

    Hi,

    Everytime I visit SPF it is completely slow or unresponsive...why is that?

    I know my interenet works just fine, I'm loading all other sites at their normal speed. Ever since SPF changed to the new layout I've been experiencing this...
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    I meant that to happen silver trophybronze trophy Raffles's Avatar
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    That's odd. Have you cleared your cache? That might help, along with clearing cookies.

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    I'm getting the same thing here Pinny. I started surfing the forums about 20 minutes ago and it has been really slow since.

    Edit: Actually, it seems to be running fine now.
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    Jamie Harrop

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    I Love Licorice silver trophybronze trophy Datura's Avatar
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    Here is a thread on this, they are working on it: http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?t=446241
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    We've identified a couple of scripts which are using up a lot of resources on our servers, and we're working to rewrite/optimize as necessary to solve the problem.
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