Well, I hate to be “that guy” who registers just to post a support question, but I’ve torn my hair out over this on my own, and I’m not getting anywhere.
I’m new to WordPress, but recently created a new self-hosted install of 2.7. I’m currently using Carrington theme, with a few plugins, widgets, etc — nothing fancy.
I thought my blog was going great until someone tried to view it in IE7.
Zero problems in Firefox or Chrome, but won’t load at all IE7.
After a partial load of the page, it throws up an “operation aborted” error and takes me to the “Internet Explorer cannot display this webpage” message.
Interestingly, I *can* load some of the sub-pages, go directly to permalinks, or list my blog posts via category, although the rendering is far from perfect. It’s just the main page that gets “operation aborted.”
I can’t for the life of me figure out what is on the main page that isn’t also on the single-post pages (widgets, plugins, etc.)
I’ve tried disabling widgets and plugins, and changing themes, to no avail.
I’ve removed my analytics code from the footer.
Nothing seems to work.
The site is http://www.absurdintellectual.com
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