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About two days ago, when I visit a particular site in an intranet of my company, the pages I load from there automatically reload every 65 seconds. I have Mac Book pro and this happens when I use Safari (5.0.5), and not when I use Firefox or Chrome. I can't recall making any changes to Safari. I have no plugins installed in Safari. Any hints on how to resolve this?

Things I have checked:

  • No Safari plugins installed.
  • No auto refresh meta tag in the html I'm loading.
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Turn off JavaScript or load an extension to block JavaScript for that site.

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What for an extension ? – Nicolas Barbulesco May 28 '14 at 9:28
JavaScript auto-refreshing in Safari but not in Firefox neither in Chrome ? I doubt this. – Nicolas Barbulesco May 28 '14 at 9:29

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