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Browsers fail to open linked Dreamweaver pages

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How can I fix the problem when Browsers fail to open linked pages?

This is the error message:

<<<<<<<

<!-- LOCALIZERS: Each localizable piece of the page is marked with a comment -->
<html>
<head>
<link rel=stylesheet type="text/css" href="page-load-errors.css">
<link rel=stylesheet type="text/css" href="page-load-errors-extras.css">
<!-- LOCALIZERS: You might want to change the font family. You can also add styles to override sizes, etc. -->
<style>
body {font-family:'-apple-system-font';}
</style>
<!-- LOCALIZERS: The next line contains the page title that appears in the window's title bar -->
<title>Failed to open page</title>
</head>

<body>
<div class="content-container">
<div class="error-container">
<div class="text-container">
<!-- Main title here. -->
<p class="error-title">Safari Can’t Open the Page</p>
</div>
<div class="text-container">
<!-- Error message here. -->
<p class="error-message">Safari can’t open the page.

The error is: “The operation couldn’t be completed. (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork error 1.)” (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork:1)</p>
>>>>>>

Is this happening because I am using Adobe Edge Fonts:

>>>>>

" var __adobewebfontsappname__="dreamweaver"</script><script src="https://use.edgefonts.net/source-sans-pro:n4,n6,i7,i2,n2:default.js" type="text/javascript"> " ?

 

Also:

It is very remiss of Adobe to serve their Edge Web Fonts from an insecure HTTP server.

Most browsers now block any site which contains any http code — all code MUST now be of the httpS variety.

This error needs to be fixed immediately in all Adobe software which can access and use Webfonts and Edge fonts.

( I was able to find "https://use.edgefonts.net" after an internet Search but that is not the source which DW 2020 loads by default!!)

 

 

Thank you all for your suggestions.

 

I found that any reference to the Edge Fonts server (which is an insecure Server apparently owned by Microsoft!) caused myriad problems.

 

I solved the problems by removing all scripts for that refer to the EdgeFonts site (regardless of whether they used a https URL!) and downloading the fonts I needed directly from Typescript and placing then those fonts in my website folder on my Hosting Services' Server.

 

Also all text  in the Source code that relates to the naming of one's own DW folders and servers must be removed and I did that manually (because DW didn't appear to do it automatically).

 

I then uploaded my complete Site folder directly from my Desktop to the Host Server (using Filezilla and not DW for the transfer) and everything is now working seamlessly.

 

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Browsers fail to open linked Dreamweaver pages

Engaged ,
Mar 09, 2020

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How can I fix the problem when Browsers fail to open linked pages?

This is the error message:

<<<<<<<

<!-- LOCALIZERS: Each localizable piece of the page is marked with a comment -->
<html>
<head>
<link rel=stylesheet type="text/css" href="page-load-errors.css">
<link rel=stylesheet type="text/css" href="page-load-errors-extras.css">
<!-- LOCALIZERS: You might want to change the font family. You can also add styles to override sizes, etc. -->
<style>
body {font-family:'-apple-system-font';}
</style>
<!-- LOCALIZERS: The next line contains the page title that appears in the window's title bar -->
<title>Failed to open page</title>
</head>

<body>
<div class="content-container">
<div class="error-container">
<div class="text-container">
<!-- Main title here. -->
<p class="error-title">Safari Can’t Open the Page</p>
</div>
<div class="text-container">
<!-- Error message here. -->
<p class="error-message">Safari can’t open the page.

The error is: “The operation couldn’t be completed. (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork error 1.)” (kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork:1)</p>
>>>>>>

Is this happening because I am using Adobe Edge Fonts:

>>>>>

" var __adobewebfontsappname__="dreamweaver"</script><script src="https://use.edgefonts.net/source-sans-pro:n4,n6,i7,i2,n2:default.js" type="text/javascript"> " ?

 

Also:

It is very remiss of Adobe to serve their Edge Web Fonts from an insecure HTTP server.

Most browsers now block any site which contains any http code — all code MUST now be of the httpS variety.

This error needs to be fixed immediately in all Adobe software which can access and use Webfonts and Edge fonts.

( I was able to find "https://use.edgefonts.net" after an internet Search but that is not the source which DW 2020 loads by default!!)

 

 

Thank you all for your suggestions.

 

I found that any reference to the Edge Fonts server (which is an insecure Server apparently owned by Microsoft!) caused myriad problems.

 

I solved the problems by removing all scripts for that refer to the EdgeFonts site (regardless of whether they used a https URL!) and downloading the fonts I needed directly from Typescript and placing then those fonts in my website folder on my Hosting Services' Server.

 

Also all text  in the Source code that relates to the naming of one's own DW folders and servers must be removed and I did that manually (because DW didn't appear to do it automatically).

 

I then uploaded my complete Site folder directly from my Desktop to the Host Server (using Filezilla and not DW for the transfer) and everything is now working seamlessly.

 

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Is this happening because I am using Adobe Edge Fonts

From memory, you need to have permission to use the fonts. Please ask in the Fonts Forum.


Ben

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Please post the URL to your online page.   Code snippets don't tell us anythning.

 

Nancy O'Shea, ACP
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kCFErrorDomainCFNetwork error 1 seems to be a permission issue (macOS related).


Best Regards, Maurice

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Mar 27, 2020

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Thank you all for your suggestions.

 

I found that any reference to the Edge Fonts server (which is an insecure Server apparently owned by Microsoft!) caused myriad problems.

 

I solved the problems by removing all scripts for that refer to the EdgeFonts site (regardless of whether they used a https URL!) and downloading the fonts I needed directly from Typescript and placing then those fonts in my website folder on my Hosting Services' Server.

 

Also all text  in the Source code that relates to the naming of one's own DW folders and servers must be removed and I did that manually (because DW didn't appear to do it automatically).

 

I then uploaded my complete Site folder directly from my Desktop to the Host Server (using Filezilla and not DW for the transfer) and everything is now working seamlessly.

 

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