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CSS not loading in Chrome?

kojimaroukojimarou Registered User regular
Chrome is giving me an unformatted page when going to all the other pages besides the forums. Site was fine yesterday. Happening on two different networks.

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  • snoopy369snoopy369 Registered User
    Looks like Chrome is being redirected to the mobile site to me.

  • agilemaniaagilemania Registered User regular
    I use Chrome 18.0.1025.39 beta-m on Windows 7 and it's working fine for me. Try clearing cache and/or cookies?

  • snoopy369snoopy369 Registered User
    I'm using 17.0.963.56 m on Windows 7 and it is definitely running the mobile site, even if i'm in Incognito mode...

  • kojimaroukojimarou Registered User regular
    Yea I run incognito at all times at work, and it's still like this. No cache on this profile. I'm running release Chrome, maybe it's a Chrome thing that's fixed in a Beta?

  • YggiDeeYggiDee Registered User regular
    I'm getting an unformatted page too, in both Firefox and Internet Explorer.

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  • GoldenpawwGoldenpaww Registered User
    I have the same issue in firefox, but IE loads correctly.

  • agilemaniaagilemania Registered User regular
    Oh hey, turns out I can reproduce this issue now too.

    I opened an incognito window in Chrome and went to the PA home page. I hit Ctrl+Shift+R several times to refresh the page ignoring the cache. Sometimes the page loaded correctly, but just as often it would show up as unstyled.

    I looked at the JS console and there were several errors. However, those errors often appeared whether or not the page loaded correctly, so I couldn't pinpoint a particular breaking error. Most of the errors appeared to do with ads, so make sure those aren't blocked.

    Screenshot, spoilered for huge:
    Spoiler:

  • DeusInnomenDeusInnomen Registered User
    edited February 2012
    I've been having problems with the site for a week or so too. When I go try and pull up the CSS file that's linked in the body of the page (hw1.pa-cdn.com/pa/assets/css/index3.css) I just get a bunch of binary, or possibly a weird Encoding issue. I suspect this might be related?

    For the record, the page looks for me exactly like what agilemania put in the spoiler tags. If I load it in Firefox, the site (along with the CSS file) loads correctly as well as in IE9. Disabling all of my add-ons does not fix the issue in Chrome, either.

    This is what I see when I open the CSS file:
    Spoiler:

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  • EndEnd Registered User regular
    edited February 2012
    that looks very very suspiciously like gzipped text

    so suspiciously so that I compressed index3.css by hand and forced chrome to try to interpret it and got %BOindex3.cssÍ=isÜ6–Ÿ•_Ájw&)u‡÷aÕV­­Œ“­M²^Û“™o.v7¥æ¸Õ䐔eEåÿ¾¸‰“ZÊÌ$eY‡wã»oWNÿ}ûÝWß}\½{\ ...
    (the green crap is identical, the red is some sort of header because I compressed it by hand)

    I have no idea why chrome is having gzip-encoding related issues for you guys though (it works in chrome for me!)

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  • atmaatma Registered User regular
    Some of the pages off of http://penny-arcade.com/report/ the PA REPORT have been dropping their CSS for me in the last week. Don't know if it's related.

  • IcyLiquidIcyLiquid Two Steaks Montreal, QuebecAdministrator, Vanilla Staff vanilla
    when it happens, use chrome's nifty built in 'inspector', then switch to the 'net' tab, and look at the entry for the CSS files. make not of their response code and content-type, and paste back here. this will help.

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  • BarrakkethBarrakketh Registered User regular
    IcyLiquid wrote: »
    when it happens, use chrome's nifty built in 'inspector', then switch to the 'net' tab, and look at the entry for the CSS files. make not of their response code and content-type, and paste back here. this will help.
    That will probably only work if you happened to have the developer tools open when you loaded the page. Otherwise you'll only get that text in the bottom that reads:
    No requests captured. Reload the page to see detailed information on the network activity.

  • DeusInnomenDeusInnomen Registered User
    IcyLiquid wrote: »
    when it happens, use chrome's nifty built in 'inspector', then switch to the 'net' tab, and look at the entry for the CSS files. make not of their response code and content-type, and paste back here. this will help.

    Here's what I get from the Inspector's Header section for that file:
    Spoiler:

    Let me know if you need anything else! I'll check back in from time to time, I've got a fair bit of my own work to do today.

  • agilemaniaagilemania Registered User regular
    I'm having difficulty getting it to happen again, so maybe it's fixed?

  • IcyLiquidIcyLiquid Two Steaks Montreal, QuebecAdministrator, Vanilla Staff vanilla
    @Kethenn says it should be resolved. There were some expletives that I won't pass along.

    Tube wrote:
    Personally it makes me want to pry my kneecaps off with an icepick but that doesn't mean you shouldn't do it.
  • DeusInnomenDeusInnomen Registered User
    agilemania wrote: »
    I'm having difficulty getting it to happen again, so maybe it's fixed?

    It's fixed here too after I cleared the cache. Thanks a ton, I'm sort of curious as to what the problem was, but I'm also just as happy to have the pretty CSS working again. ;)

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