There are some common issues with viewing videos on the 10 daily site.
What web browser are you using?
We advise users to use either Firefox, Chrome or Safari. Internet Explorer is supported but has known limitations.
Please try clearing your browser cache. To clear your browser cache:
Internet Explorer, click CTRL + F5
Firefox, click CTRL + SHIFT + R on Windows, or COMMAND + SHIFT + R on Mac OS.
Chrome, click CTRL + SHIFT + R on Windows, or COMMAND + SHIFT + R on Mac OS.
Safari, click ALT + CMD + E
Are you using Ad Block software on your browser?
10 daily is not compatible with any ad blocking software. Having this software installed in your browser may cause 10 daily video to break. Scroll down to find out how to disable ad blocker
Please try playing the video on a different computer
If the issue is isolated to one computer and other users on the same or a different network are not seeing the issue, the problem could be in your computer's configuration. Please try updating your Flash player version and browser.
I can hear audio but I am unable to see any video?
This is a common issue with unsupported browsers, in particular Internet Explorer 9 and under. Please update your browser with the latest version. Also, please make sure your internet speed is fast enough. If you do not have fast enough wifi or broadband you will not be able to view the video.
Are you using a VPN or Proxy?
If so, this will cause the video to break. Please disable.
Are you using a work computer or laptop?
You may be logging into a VPN. Please disable. You may refer to Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections to check if there are any VPN connections. Please also check if you have any third party VPN software installed.
Do you have a region assigned to your IP address?
To see the region assigned to your IP address go to: whatismyip.com
If you do not see a region/city assigned to your IP Address Location, please read the following instructions:
i) This issue can also be in relation to a certain ISP, or for those using wireless internet dongles.
ii) You may find turning your router off and on again may resolve this.
iii) You can phone your ISP and mention that you are having trouble viewing videos on our site iv) because the IP address does not have a state listed. They may be able to rectify this issue.
Still having issues?
If you're still experiencing issues, please use the contact form on the right hand side of the page, with the following information so we can liaise closer with our Technical team.
We will require the following to help you further:
- A detailed description of the issue
- What is the exact video/page you are experiencing issues with? Please provide links or screenshots. (If you've not taken a screenshot before, this website has instructions.)
- What time of the day are you experiencing the issue?
- What type of device are you using? (PC, Mac computer, iPad 3, Android phone etc)
- What browser are you using and what version is it? (eg Internet Explorer, Version 9). You can find out how to see what browser version you are using below.
- If on a mobile or tablet device, please tell us your device’s operating system eg. iPhone 4, iOS7.
- What internet connection you have (3G with Optus, iinet ADSL 2+ etc)
- Your IP Address (this can be found by opening a browser and navigating to whatismyip.com)
- What suburb and state are you located in?
How do I find what version of my web browser I am using?
In order to troubleshoot issues with our site, we need to know the exact version of which browser you’re using, because there are many versions of each web browser. Generally you will find this in in the “ABOUT” information. Below explains how to find your browser version for common web browsers.
Head to the question mark (?) or cog icon and select the dropdown. Find the option that says ‘About Internet Explorer’.
After selecting ‘About Internet Explorer’, a notification will tell you the Version number.
Go to the Help menu and select ‘About Firefox’.
After selecting ‘About Firefox’, a notification will tell you the Version number.
Select the Toolbar icon in the corner, then select ‘About Google Chrome’.
After selecting ‘About Google Chrome’, a notification will tell you the Version number.
Select the cog / setting icon in the top right hand corner, then select ‘About Safari’.
After selecting ‘About Safari’, a notification will tell you the Version number.
How do I disable ad blocker?
Click the Chrome Menu icon from the browser toolbar.Highlight the Tools menu, then click Extensions from the sub-menu.
Click the Trash icon that appears next to the Adblock Plus entry.
Click Remove once the confirmation message appears to effectively uninstall Adblock Plus from your Web browser.
Open up your Firefox browser.
Click on Tools and then select Add-ons.
Click Extensions from the left-hand pane.
Find Adblock on the list of extensions.
Select Disable to temporarily disable AdBlock.
Open up your Safari browser.
Click on Safari located in the menu bar of your browser and select Preferences. The Preferences window will be displayed.
Click on the Extensions button. A list of all extensions you have installed to Safari will appear.
Navigate to and click on AdBlock in the list of extensions in the left pane.
Toggle the On button to Off in the Preferences window. AdBlock will then be temporarily disabled, until you decide you want the extension re-enabled.
Open up your Internet Explorer.
Click the gear icon to open Settings.
Select the Manage Add-ons option on the drop-down list.
Click the Toolbars and Extensions link in the left navigation pane.
Right-click the AdBlock add-on name in the list, then click the Disable button.
Click the Disable button in the confirmation window to disable the Adblock add-on.