bouncing?., it could be jsut that the page is loading, like the the pictures and little things.,
its just that much better than IE
I have just installed fire fox on to my computer and now when I view any webpage the page keeps bouncing...Is there anyway to fix this?
Going from IE to a safer and better quality browser you have to give up a little speed.
Perhaps you can look into an extension that may make it a little faster.
When I use firefox the pages load at the speed that they are supposed to but its the bouncing thing thats getting on my nerves..As for extensions where can I get them?
the pages shouldn't bounce around, they didn't for me i use cable internet so ... it shouldn't be bouncing around. firefox takes up less space as well , so should be better, try reinstaling.
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You should get the updates, it's best to make sure they are current, there have been a few minor security issues but nothing compared to IE...so make sure you check for patches they have issued, the most recent was in april of this year (2006)
I have it to and had the same problem till I got the April patch so thats probly all that wrong, if it doesn't help the problem it maigh actually be your video card and a conflict may be happening with your video card and one of the browsers config programs that make it run (a problem my hubby has with his computer)
I hope that helps some and good luck
I don't know what bouncing does he mean, but sometimes, when a link style a:hover is bold or large and the link itself is not, a simple mouse cursor over it will result in an infinite loop of mouseovers and mouseouts. Select View / Page Style / No Style to temporarily disable this. You may create a file userContent.css (as described elsewhere) to suppress the a:hover feature for all sites.