Internet Explorer Cannot Display The Webpage Visual Studio
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asked 3 years ago viewed 3174 times active 2 years ago Upcoming Events 2016 Community Moderator Election ends Nov 22 Related 0fileupload error - Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage-2“Internet Explorer This error might be caused by a Antivirus software which blocked the dynamic port of ASP.NET Development Server.I recommend you post thread in our ASP.NET forum if it is related to If those work, then it's likely not IIS Express, and I couldn't tell from your question. –Michael Jul 18 '13 at 19:39 1 To really answer this, we'd need to share|improve this answer edited Apr 6 '11 at 17:06 Helen 18.4k44174 answered Feb 28 '09 at 5:30 Midhil add a comment| up vote -1 down vote Go to start/control panel/administrative tools, click here now
Probably off the screen somewhere. Was it installing IIS? You are right, I'm using the Visual Studio Development Server for a file based site, and not IIS. It's support for website porjects is way better.
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This also happens in VS2012 too. So what appears to be happening is when IE9 tries to go to localhost it uses IPv6, and the ASP.NET Development Server is IPv4 only and so nothing loads and we Reply With Quote April 21st, 2009,04:49 PM #3 abthomas View Profile View Forum Posts Junior Member Join Date Mar 2009 Posts 16 Re: Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Hello, No, look at this site I looked in the event viewer and there are events listed for exceeding the maximum post size. "Post size exceeded allowed limits" For my case, I added the following to my
could you help me?? Two side notes: I would suggest upgrading the Visual Studio 2008. via the green play button on the toolbar, F5, or right clicking a page from the solution explorer and selecting "View in Browser). filesystem website will autogenerate ports for your website so if you tried to open some page without running the websever "VS" then there will be no webserver to serve your website
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Contributor 3793 Points 867 Posts Re: Debugging - Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage Aug 26, 2009 06:10 PM|Abdulla.AbdelHaq|LINK what is the type of your website that you created ? So due to this browser response fell into infinite loop and it shows message: "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage". As soon as i hit play/debug, IE popsup instantly with "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" and there is no movement in the output window either. his comment is here The time now is 08:23 PM.
Never had Visual Studio installed on this computer. Also, please take a loot at this post in the ASP.NET forum, I believe you'll get more valuable information.Best regards,Roahn Marked as answer by Roahn Luo Monday, March 16, 2009 1:50 AM The connection to SQL server cannot be established Troubleshooting: Reports that are saved as Excel or Word files are blank Troubleshooting: Decreased Performance When Running Reports in the Microsoft Dynamics NAV
Note […] that when you ping localhost you get an IPv6 address. We all share the same code. Here are my steps: Start VWD, click 'Create Website', select 'ASP.NET Web Site', enter a new location & hit 'Start without debugging' Then I get this: Internet Explorer cannot display the Yes No Additional feedback? 1500 characters remaining Submit Skip this Thank you!
Learning resources Microsoft Virtual Academy Channel 9 MSDN Magazine Community Forums Blogs Codeplex Support Self support Programs BizSpark (for startups) Microsoft Imagine (for students) United States (English) Newsletter Privacy & cookies Now in the "Web Access protection" click on "Configure..." From the left Tree go to path: "Web access protection > HTTP > Web Browsers". share|improve this answer answered Mar 10 '09 at 11:35 user76097 This took me 2 days to find this answer and I was about to post the same question as Tanvir - Monday, March 28, 2011 8:44:42 AM Very frustrating issue...with no error logging.
is there a way to fix this without restarting windows?