Twitter Coming Up With Issues While Loading on Safari? Here’s What to Do

by Bobby Clarke Developer

Safari is the primary choice for browsing in Apple devices. Though it works like any other browser, it can come up with issues loading websites like Twitter. A lot of people have experienced this error while trying to load the Twitter webpage on Mac using Safari, hence failed to do so.

If you’re one of those who cannot grasp details or news via Twitter, below mentioned are the possible fixes for the same.

How to Fix if Twitter or Other Websites aren’t Loading on Safari?

If you’ve experienced issues where Safari isn’t loading the site’s webpage, follow the methods as mentioned below.

Refresh the Web Page

Make sure to refresh the page and keep it your primary step to try as a fix before looking for complicated methods. Sometimes, a web page can create issues due to poor network connection or a broken link between your PC and the host of the webpage. Thus, all you need to do is click on the refresh icon on the top of the screen, which might fix your problem immediately.

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Force Quit Safari

Even if you’re closing the website and opening it again, it might not show any improvement. Thus, you’ll have to force quit Safari to fix the problem. Make sure to save your work or files before doing the same as you’ll lose access to your work once you force quit.

The steps to force quit Safari on your Mac are:

  1. Hit the ‘Apple’ logo on the top of the screen.
  2. A pop-up menu will open. Select the ‘Force Quit’ option.
  3. A Force Quit controls menu will open. Select the application you want to force quit.
  4. Click on the ‘Force Quit’ button highlighted in blue.

Restart Your Device

Your device might be creating issues while loading websites like Twitter. Therefore, it is advised to restart your Apple device to kill bugs, if any. Once you restart your device, it reloads the processor fixing all the minor issues occurring.

Clear Data

The next fix to get your websites working is clearing all the data from Safari. Websites such as Twitter are likely to come up with cookies, caches, etc, that can create such errors. Thus, clearing the data might help you and get your websites working with Safari.

The steps to clear data on Safari are:

  1. Launch the ‘Safari’ app.
  2. Click on the ‘Safari’ tab at the top of the screen.
  3. A pop-up menu will open. Select the ‘Preferences’ option.
  4. Click on the ‘Privacy’ button.
  5. Select the ‘Manage Website Data’ from the drop-down menu.
  6. Use the search bar to search the website for which you want to clear the data.
  7. Select the website you want to clear.
  8. Hit the ‘Remove’ button.

Following the steps mentioned above will clear the data for the website. After this, try opening the website again and wait for a few seconds for it to load. It is likely to fix the problem.

Use an Alternate Web Browser

This is not a good solution as it won’t be fixing any Safari issue. In case you’ve to look for something urgently, you can always go for an alternate web browser like Chrome.

Anyone of the methods mentioned above is expected to take you out of the trouble and get you back to work. In case none of the methods fix the problem, wait for a few hours or a day and then try again.

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