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    Trouble submitting new recipe

    less2saw
    Wed May 01, 2013 1:32 am
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    I have been trying to submit a recipe, and when I push the submit button the page will not load. I have turned off my adblock program, cleared cache etc. and still no luck. Perhaps there is a trick I need to do. It worked well in the past, but I simply cannot get it to go now. Thanks.
    duonyte
    Wed May 01, 2013 9:21 am
    Forum Host
    less2saw wrote:
    I have been trying to submit a recipe, and when I push the submit button the page will not load. I have turned off my adblock program, cleared cache etc. and still no luck. Perhaps there is a trick I need to do. It worked well in the past, but I simply cannot get it to go now. Thanks.


    Hi, you should report this in Customer Support - that's the place for technical problems. Remember to let Mary know what browser/version and OS you are using, and what device if not a desktop/laptop. Some particular issues with iPads for some people.

    Also, sometimes clearing cache and cookies and then restarting the browser kickstarts the process and clears up things.
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