I can sign into google adsense, but when I get there it says cannot display the webpage, it has been like this for two days, anybody else having this problem? I don't know if it is just me, or is the page down? thanks
I had a couple of days about a week ago when the new beta version wouldn't load up, so I just went back to the old version until it had righted itself. I did assume, however, it had more to do with my poor internet connection than with the webpage.
Hi, thanks maybe that is it, but how on earth do I go back to the old version if I can't get the page? lol sorry!
All but the numbers loaded up on mine a few times, and other times nothing, on either Firefox or IE.
No idea, Nell. Try on another browser, if you haven't already.
Hi, thanks I will give it another go, stupid thing isn't it? lol
It's frustrating. I'd also try on another computer, if at hand.
Let us know what caused it to happen if you find out.
I haven't seen any problem. I use only the old version.
edit: I just checked the new beta version and it works fine for me.
Nell, as it seems to be only you suffering from this problem, have you tried emptying out your browser cache? Or if you don't want to empty it, increase its space? There are options to do this under Internet Options.
"Google adsense 'can't display the webpage' problem, any ideas?"
You are not alone.
Seems to be happening more and more.
Google is now saying they are aware of the problem and are trying to fix it.
Problem is intermittent, so you can still get lucky.
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