This iframe test page requires Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Opera without Extension, or a WebKit browser.


Pages that AutoSurf in Explorer, Opera, and Firefox (with extension) might freeze up in Chrome and Safai. The WebKit layout engine is less forgiving, so test with Chrome browser.

AutoSurf Friendly Links

http://abcnews.go.com/

http://www.npr.org/

http://www.upworthy.com/

 AUTOSURF IFRAME TEST PAGE FOR CHROME, SAFARI, FIREFOX

Links at right will disable or freeze the iframe in Chrome, Safari, Firefox 22+. But everything works in Firefox 21.0

When making a new AutoSurf Play List, test URLs with a Chrome browser here 
to make sure third-party links won't break JavaScript and freeze AutoSurfing!

Test your links here for WebKit / CHROME iframe compatibility when making a new AutoSurf play list:

Links That Freeze WebKit

http://www.foxnews.com/

http://www.guardian.co.uk/

http://www.wsj.com/

 

Links That Freeze Opera

http://www.cbsnews.com/

 

A resource (such as http://ads.foxnews.com/js/ad.js) used by some ad distributors apparently "takes control" of the browser in Chrome Safari, Firefox 22+. and Aurora WebKit browsers. When an iframe becomes disabled by a third-party site, nothing else can be loaded into that frame. AutoSurfing is frozen. The browser session has "crashed" and must be closed and reloaded to continue.

 Click here to reload this iframe test page if a link freezes



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User who recently updated their Firefox browsers have reported that some websites now apparently "take control" of Firefox and may disable JavaScript and freeze all AutoSurfing. Here are three solutions:


Solution 1. Install Mozilla Firefox Extension:

Firefox users should install the Noscript.net extension for error-free browsing. Some external sites may disable JavaScript and freeze all AutoSurfing. To prevent this, please install the Noscript Firefox extension, the most powerful anti-XSS and anti-Clickjacking protection available in a browser. 

Normally allow all scripts globally. But if an external site freezes your Autosurfing, you can forbid it from running scripts.

 

http://noscript.net/

 

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Ghostery.com also allows Firefox users to block scripts from companies that they don't trust, delete local shared objects, and even block images and iframes. 
Ghostery puts your web privacy back in your hands.

http://www.ghostery.com/


Solution 2. Use older Firefox version 21.0b7 for regular AutoSurfing.


Solution 3. Use the  Internet ExplorerReal Player  or  Opera  browser for regular AutoSurfing.

 


Maybe advertisers hacked enough code from the WebKit layout engine to be able to take control of it and 
"steal cookies." Or perhaps WebKit freezes up as a safety precaution when it encounters unknown script. 
Either way, the user is denied access to desired content when frames are broken by third-party links.


 

    

The AutoSurfing Player lets you monitor up to 36 (or 576) URL links with no typing or clicking. 
Itís like watching a slideshow...

 


     
 
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