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post #31 of 41 (permalink) Old 03-24-2017, 01:57 PM
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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

You don't need that. There is a 99% chance the errors are in /var/log/messages or perform a site Speedtest which pulls out each element and it's load time.

If it's none of those things then there is a chance is some MySQL weirdness


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I'll tell techs to look more closely at that aspect, but I still need something to show them first. I hope someone can get me a screenshot, a link, or a page source. Without more to go on, I won't know where to tell them to start. Sorry guys

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I've provided screen shots and links on the admin forum.

The best way for someone to see what is going on is for them to get on the forum and use it. Someone on your team needs to get on a computer running windows, with a web browser and use TAM for hours... start posting, start trying to use the forum to see what's going on. I assume this is not being done since it seems that you all have not seen the problems.

We can take all the screen shots we want. They are only still pictures and do not portray how the web browser is locking up.

I'm a software engineer with 35 years experience. I've tested hundreds of applications. User reports are helpful. Running the software/system and recreating the problem is the best way to identify the problem.

And it seems that Eric1 has some other info that might help.

Like Eric, I would be willing to help too.
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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

The screenshots you've been posting have been sent to tech. Unfortunately, we don't have the man power to have someone sit on one site for hours. What I'll do is visit the site at different times throughout the day and hopefully catch what's happening. Do you notice it happening around a certain time or is it just random?

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

It's random. But pretty often.
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Thanks Ele

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

It's a slow & buggy day for TAM. GRRRRR. . . . . .

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

@tropicalbeachiwish, if you see any video ads, take a screenshot, then right click on the ad to get the URL, and then post them both here.

The site is not supposed to have video ads and the admins will block the ad once reported.

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

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I find it difficult to read posts and respond these days. Is it just me or has the site gotten buggy? My laptop also seems to be working really hard when I am on the site. Has anybody else had the same experience?

I am finding it difficult to do much, let alone respond to a post or post something myself these days.
Yes, this is the price of Pop-Ups in your face......the bank-rollers of TAMsky doing this.

Tis, the Ad Ware that wears us down, slows down the 'desired" electrons to your "Puter".

Tis, the price of "free" internet service. Free is never free. Someone pays for everything.

ADs suck up bandwidth. They expand your CPU's waist with no caloric value. They expand your wait time....again and agin'!
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Other issues:

1) May be your wireless strength and speed.
2) If the speed is faster near the router, then consider installing some signal strengthening repeaters to push out the signal to dead zones. Or installing the router more
"central" in your house.
3) Install Ad-Blocker software..see if this helps.

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It's an old Dell Inspiron from around 2006 that refuses to die. Got it new. Has a blistering fast 2gigs RAM. I don't have the heart to get rid of it while it still works.

I have a kick butt home PC designed for gaming, has no problem handling TAM (or anything else for that matter).
Just wondering if scripting can be disabled for winXP.
Open the ladies metal-clad CPU robe....
Find the Mother's Board......
Look for her scented slots....
Find slots that are poly-amorous and are open for new sticks....

Go to the Manual and find out what tickles the ladies fancies. What in her memory sticks. What will be compatible in motion, speed and taste.

Finding the right shape and speed, buy them and insert them into her.

BE CAREFUL. You must ground yourself and her. If you rub your socked feet on her furry carpet you may loose a spark and she will slap you.
All good thoughts of you will be erased from her memory banks.

She will run faster for you as a reward.

Memory is cheap nowadays. And so are you!

Add more memory or buy a new "Puter".

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

Just another user that is frustrated here. As a website owner myself, I feel confident that any web guru would not need screen shots and such to figure out this issue. You are going to have to limit what ads to allow and decrease the frequency or timing. It seems the site is "looking" for the next ad constantly.

I would recommend to kill ALL video ads period until things can be resolved. It too have had to resort to using a word pad just to generate text and copy that in. I have never used a slower site than this one and I am sure it turns off a bunch of users.

Though you might make some coin with ads, your site content will certainly take a hit if it does not function fast and efficient.

I use a late model I7Q4 processor and 32gb RAM so I know this is not PC related. I can peck one letter and wait 15sec for it to display.

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Re: Does the site feel slow and buggy?

As @farsidejunky mentioned, these video ads aren't supposed to be on the site. If you come across them, please let us know and provide the following:

1. Screenshot
2. URL of the ad itself (not of the page it appears on, you can right click on it and select "copy image address" or anything along the lines of this)
3. Let us know what device you're using (did this pop up on your desktop/PC or on your mobile - phone/tablet)

With the above information provided, our techs will be able to remove these at once. We thank you for your patience and cooperation on this matter.

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