When you go to the main cyclonefanatic.com page or the forum main page? Is it using Firefox on the desktop or Android? Do you get any error messages or just a plain white slate?
Started just doing it as I clicked "Forums" - did do it a few times by simply going to the main address
No errors - just a pure white screen.
Could scroll mouse over Firefox on Taskbar and see the mainpage in the little window only. Would let me click on the Taskbar version and the site would flash to my screen for a split second and then go back to all white.
Only way out was right clicking the Taskbar mini-screen and exiting Firefox.
Let me back on - would you like me send the error console? The warning stayed this time flickering in the upper left. I kept clicking in the "allow" button area and it finally took. Was deeming the site as a threat I guess.
I'll test it on Firefox when I get home, but I haven't experienced a similar issue on Chrome, IE, Safari, or Opera. Do you have any security add-ons enabled within Firefox? Do you have another browser you could try using to see if you get similar blank pages? If you would PM me the error console, that would be great.
Thanks for your patience.
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