Website specific error
Check if you get the error on other websites. If not, the error is specific to a website. There may not be much you can do to fix this since it’s on the website’s end but try the other fixes listed below. You can inspect the web console in your browser and let the website owner know about the problem.
Browser specific error
Many modern browsers are now Chromium-based but that still doesn’t mean they’re all the exact same. Some browsers may have trouble with certain websites while others may not. Try using a different browser to access the website.
Try disabling all extensions/add-ons and then access the website.
Disable desktop content filers
If you’re using a content filter on the desktop, disable it and try accessing the website.
- Click the more options button at the top right in Chrome and select Settings.
- Go to Privacy and security.
- Select Site settings.
- Scroll to the Content section at the very end.
- Open Control Panel.
- Go to Network & Internet>Internet Options.
- Select the Security tab.
- Click the Custom level button.
- Enable ‘Scripting of Java applets’.
- Open Firefox and enter
about:configin the URL bar.
- Accept the on-screen warning.
- If it is set to False, double-click it to change it to True.
It is up to a website administrator to fix them but you can help then by providing console logs from your browser.