Ooma config pages are missing html

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dmlanger
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Ooma config pages are missing html

Post by dmlanger » Fri Jun 12, 2009 10:36 pm

The ooma config pages are missing the <html> tag resulting in the pages not rendering in certain browsers such as Google Chrome and Apple Safari

Please add the <html> tag to the beginning of the ooma config pages (ooma_cgi.cgi --> http://172.27.35.1/cgi-bin/ooma_cgi.cgi?makepage=home).

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Re: Ooma config pages are missing html

Post by murphy » Sat Jun 13, 2009 3:18 am

The config pages work fine for me using Safari.
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ggilman
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Re: Ooma config pages are missing html

Post by ggilman » Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:25 am

I haven't checked with Safari, but I can confirm they are broke in Chrome.

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Re: Ooma config pages are missing html

Post by southsound » Sat Jun 13, 2009 10:32 am

Please accept this as a helpful suggestion - not an attack.

You will find that reporting a problem in various sections of the forum (like cross posting to "Other Support Topics" and "Feature Requests") or other multiple post techniques do not help in getting a response. Most of the people who contribute to this forum don't even bother checking the individual topic areas, we just "View Active Topics". So your post shows up several times. You might want to escalate a problem (with a self included solution, thank you) to BobbyB or DennisP. You can go to any of their posts and click the email icon to leave a message. Nothing any of us users can do, but I think you will find the ooma support staff to be very responsive.
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