@leocg If I have several open tabs in Opera, say one of them is a card game that I paused (so that I could do something else), sometimes when I go back to that game, it automatically resumes the game without my having to click on the 'resume' button. That isn't always what I want; for example, when closing one tab and the game tab pops up.
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RE: opera resumes paused tabs automaticallyOpera for Windows
opera resumes paused tabs automaticallyOpera for Windows
opera resumes paused tabs automatically
RE: Visitor counter error message "Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT"Opera for Windows
Thanks, sgunhouse. It worked as easy as anything. If only life was always like that.
Visitor counter error message "Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT"Opera for Windows
On my website I have a visitor counter ("You're visitor number 9876") which worked on the previous version of my site, but stops working now I've updated the page; I've made no changes to my code that supplies or displays the counter. It works OK with Google Chrome and MS Edge, but not Opera 35. If I inspect the element, I see an error message ("Failed to load resource: net::ERR_BLOCKED_BY_CLIENT") with the resource identified as the count field on my server.
My web site is at http://usuaris.tinet.cat/klunn/
That link opens the Home page, and the counter should appear just below the three flags near the left side.
I'm using Opera 35.0.2066.37 in Windows 10.
I'd appreciate any help.
RE: Opening Opera at a defined page (Home page)Opera for Windows
Thanks! I had the wrong button checked ("Open the start page"). Sorry to waste your time!
Opening Opera at a defined page (Home page)Opera for Windows
I want Opera to open at a defined page. At the moment it always opens in Speed Dial. How do I define my own Home page. Help doesn't work as it seems to apply to ancient versions. I'm using Opera 31 on Windows 10 on a laptop.
RE: Data with "position:fixed" in html <div> not always displayedOpera for Windows
Seems like a bug to me too. I'm trying to ensure that my web-site is strict HTML and works on the latest versions of the common browsers (IE, Opera, Chrome, Safari and Firefox.
Data with "position:fixed" in html <div> not always displayedOpera for Windows
I have a side block in almost all of my web pages, that refers to a CSS style with "position:fixed" (that is, it stays still on the screen when I scroll up or down). Sometimes (unpredictably) when I link to a page, only part of the content of this block appears. The background is in its place. By scrolling with the side slider or its up/down arrows everything appears correctly (the missing content shows up). Any movement of the page up or down by the tiniest amount solves the problem. However it is annoying. Is there a simple solution, something to add or change in my CSS? I am using Opera 18.0.1284.68 on Windows 8, but the problem has occurred with earlier versions of Opera on Windows Vista. My web site is at "http://usuaris.tinet.org/klunn". Any help would be appreciated.