RE: [squid-users] Web sites not fully loading because of Javascript?

From: Luis Veana <>
Date: Mon, 22 Nov 2010 09:22:39 -0800

So basically i only need to approve some other domains other than in my whitelist???

Its hard for me to understand the relationship between having partial access
to a domain(s) and not being able to load the images correctly.

Currently I'm using whitelists only and leave the deny ALL option(by
default) in the squid.conf file.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Amos Jeffries []
Sent: Saturday, November 20, 2010 2:41 AM
Subject: Re: [squid-users] Web sites not fully loading because of

On 20/11/10 20:14, Luis Veana wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using SQUID 2.7 in a Ubuntu Server System.
> Im using ACL to block sites for different VLANS.
> My first problem here is that one of the VLANs need access to social
> site, such as Facebook, twitter,myspace.
> Once I added the sites in the whitelist, they are able to get in but the
> sites are UNUSABLE.
> Only text get loaded.
> I've noticed the same behavior is happening for these sites:
> I still don’t know if this could be a Javascript issue (somehow SQUID is
> blocking it) or something else.
> I must say, this is happening for aproxx. 15 systems and if remove the
> from these VLANs The sites will load perfectly.
> By the way, http 11 is ON
> Please find attached a screenshot of one of the sites getting loaded with
> squid in the middle.
> Also attached is the squid.conf details.
> Any suggestions?

Most of these are sites known to spread their contetn over multiple
domain names. I think you are blocking some of those names.

Have a look at the denials which have them as referer.


Please be using
   Current Stable Squid 2.7.STABLE9 or 3.1.9
   Beta testers wanted for
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