Mac users browsing the internet using the Safari browser will have encountered at least one instance when certain websites won’t load.
These websites include popular ones like Twitter, which has been plagued with loading issues in recent months, Cult of Mac noted. It also includes other websites as well.
While some might think that jumping ship to another browser could be the solution to this mess, it’s a fact that migrating to another browser, like Google’s Chrome or Microsoft’s increasingly popular Edge, could be a bit too much just to let one website load. Thankfully, there’s a way to fix the loading issues in Safari. Best of all, it’s easy – here’s how.
First things first
Users should make sure to check for the following before proceeding:
If the website isn’t down according to Downdetector, here’s what users should do:
This process should fix the problem and let the website load. Users should try to open Safari again, then try to go to the website that didn’t load earlier. It’s worth noting that the problem could reoccur sometime later (Cult of Mac said “every few weeks with certain sites”). That said, users should just repeat the process as needed.