I haven't managed to go to my website's administration panel since I bought my iPad. Neither of my websites nor the website's email. Otherwise it works fine. Is there something wrong with the sttings? The only thing I can think of is Java and it's on.
I haven't managed to go to my website's administration panel since I bought my iPad. Neither of my websites nor the website's email. Otherwise it works fine. Is there something wrong with the settings? The only thing I can think of is Java and it's on.
How to Download and open an Excel file from a website? For example my bank website provides a link to download account transaction. I d like to clock the link and be given option to open in any of the several apps that support that format. Insstead the information (table) is shown in my browser.
I've got a weird Safari issue.Most of the time, every website works fine, however, there is a particular website that has been causing issues. I can has cheesburger. Its my wife's favorite site. Anyways, after viewing about 3 or 4 pages of the site, Safari stops responding and refuses to load.
I thought it may be a wifi issue that everyone talks about, but I'm not sure.
This is what I've tried: - 2 separate iPads - 2 separate modem/routers by different brands - Turning brightness up and auto brightness off - DHCP and static IP addresses - renewing the lease - Changing the channel for the wireless - When I ping the IP address of the iPad it uses responds (with varying speeds from 32ms to 150ms) - When I check the router's attached devices, the iPads come and go. I think this is related to my issue.
Any ideas...I can't think of anything else to try. Its gotta be a network issue, but I don't know what to do.
I've been using my wife's iPad here and there while I wait for mine to come in. One thing thats throwing me off a bit is that when I visit webpages such as Gizmodo, iO9 and MMAFighting, Safari always pulls up the mobile version of the webpage and unfortunately, none of the above sites have a link on the mobile page to change to the desktop version of the website. I am wondering if there is any way to force Safari to open desktop version of a webpage rather than the mobile version. It's really annoying and I can't find a way around it aside from perhaps trying a new browser.
I'm debating whether to purchase an ipad. I have been looking but haven't found anything on apples website, does the ipad support printing?Like if i got an email could i print it, or print a picture? Win7 ultimate 64,XP, Mac OSX 10.6.2+Windows 7 professional 64-bit, 3.1 iPhone OS
I opened a draft email on my ipad2. Now I cannot close it, the 'send' and 'cancel' buttons are grayed out. Therefore, I cannot get to my email anymore. I deleted my email account and reloaded it, and it came back exactly the same, draft open and grayed out buttons. This is an exchange email account. The draft email does not exist on any other device, just the ipad at this point. How do I get out of this so I can use my email?
When you open your email program and select a email to read from your inbox how do you get rid of the window/box on the left side of the screen so that the email that your reading takes up 100% of the screen.
On my iPad 3, I'm able to open the following InCase website: [url] in Safari, but not in Atomic Browser 6.0.1. Any idea why? The page loads but shows only a blank white page.Is there a setting in Atomic Browser that perhaps needs to be made to enable the InCase website to be viewed in Atomic Browser
When I open email, I can read the preview, but nothing shows up in the body of the email and I can't open attachments. Don't know what changed to cause this. Tried turning off and back on, but no correction.