11-09-2013 7:39 PM
I re-built myYaHoo.com home page and now I get this error at the header, just above the content modules: "An error occurred while adopting this tab", which I can remove by clicking on "OK", but it comes back when I return to my home page. Is there any way to eliminate this "warning"?
Thanks for any help!
11-11-2013 10:57 AM
I am sorry about the issues you are having with your yahoo home page. Are you getting the same error when trying a different browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox?
If not, try to clear your cache and cookies.
Also, make sure your browser is updated to the most current version.
Hope this helps.
11-13-2013 6:47 AM
.....yes. History is cleared and the same error message appears in other browsers. I had to "re-build" my personal home page a few months past and this error did not apepar then. I wonder if it has something to do with the building of the modules or new features offered. Would you like to see a screen shot of the page with the error?
11-13-2013 8:23 AM
That would be great. Thank you very much. Keep in mind when posting the screenshot to make sure to not post any personal information, such as your user-name.
11-14-2013 10:23 AM
Thank you for posting the picture. I tried to simulate it on my end but could not get the same results, so it may just be one of the customizations not working correctly or an issue with the OS or browsers.
I will be sending you a private message to get further information and see if I get the same error simulating it with your account.
11-15-2013 6:18 AM
...I managed to fix it already. I opened another tab and dragged the modules from the corrupted tab to my new tab, deleted the privious tab and the "yellow" warning bar does not appear. Thanks for helping.
11-15-2013 8:13 AM
Thank you for letting us know what fixed it. I am glad everything is working!
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