Error Messages and General Troubleshooting - 983579473
I'm getting this:
An unexpected error occurred while saving your site data. Please make sure you are logged in to wix.com. If the problem persists please let us know by posting on our support forum (-10117)
I've tried Firefox and Chrome - and both are giving me the same error. Its frustrating working on an entire site and then this comes up EVERY time. Im logged in as the correct user, and its logged in. Im not using listbuilder on the site - greenvillevitalsigns.com is the one im having problems with.
Thanks for the help
Reply from radioguy963 | June 17, 2014
Nope those did not work. It seems to be happening when I add an image to the page. After I do that, nothing will save or publish. Everything has been fine up until yesterday.
Im on WindowsXP, Ive tried Firefox and Chrome
Reply from Barrios | June 18, 2014
I was unable to recreate the issue on our end.
While browsing on the web, your computer and browser stores various information. This build up of information can sometimes cause conflict.
Please clear your browser's cache. You can find step by step instructions here.
Wix is compatible with Internet Explorer (version 9 and above), Firefox, Chrome and Safari.
With the new HTML editor we give you option to use the advanced HTML5 technology which entails new capabilities and solutions for your site as well as comprehensive support for mobile devices. However, HTML5 is still a relatively new technology and it not yet fully supported by all browsers. These browsers will catch up with this technology, but to make sure things run smoothly, please make sure to update all your browsers to the most recent versions. You can easily check how well does your current browser support HTML5 here.
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You can also check out this site to see a detailed look at which browsers are better optimized for HTML5.
1. Microsoft does not support IE9 on Windows XP. If you're using Windows XP, we suggest you use another browser. We hope Microsoft will provide a solution for supporting HTML5 in the Windows XP Operating System soon.
2. If your viewers use IE8 please find instructions here.
We are here should you require further assistanceMany thanks, Barrios