Sometimes you are just surfing the internet and realize that certain sites just do not seem to be working. No matter what you do, you just can’t seem to get to certain sites online. There are a variety of reasons why this is happening to you. Some of these you can change while others are outside of your control.
Sometimes you are on a filtered connection. This means that certain types of sites and content are being blocked by software on the network. This is very common in the workplace, at school, and in libraries. While it is frustrating, there is not much you can do about it since these sites are being blocked.
Sometimes you have a virus or adware problem on your system. There are some that hijack your browser not letting you connect to certain sites. What happens is that as you try to visit certain sites the browser will shut or redirect to something else. Install antivirus software on your machine and get rid of the virus or adware so that you can visit sites like you want.
At times your browser’s security setting is too high. Some sites require that you accept a cookie before viewing it. You should be using a browser that is accepting these to make sure that everything is working properly.
Sometimes you will find that a site is not working at all no matter what you do. At times this can just mean that the site is down. Check later to see if the site is actually working again. There is not anything you can do about this.
Your browser’s cache at times causes complications with certain sites for one reason or another. Clear your cache and reload the page to make sure that it is working properly again.
Lastly, your ISP might be blocking certain sites. This is rare as it is not a popular idea but at times certain ISPs have blocked certain sites.