Can jQuery be accessed?
MCStacker uses the jQuery library to do what it does. But if your browser can’t download the required jQuery library, MCStacker will not load. Can your browser access this file? If you are seeing a bunch of programming code in the tab you just opened, then that is a good start.
You can’t access the jQuery file? That’s interesting. You could try to access MCStacker with this special link: http://mcstacker.bimbimma.com/?jslocal=1. If this brings you success then it probably means that access to the default jQuery location is blocked for some reason. The special link uses a local jQuery file on the same domain as MCStacker.
Have you tried another browser?
Sometimes a browser can be compromised by malware or malicious plugins. Try switching to another browser. No Luck? How about disabling the plugins.
Too much interference?
Turns off the the Twitter widget:
Turns off Google stats tracking:
Turns off both:
If these do not work and you want to try disabling the advertisements, please contact me for the link.
Still no luck? Time to read the logs.
This article tells you how to access your browser’s error console. What you are looking for are error messages in the console tab and network tab. Please Google the error messages you see to find solutions. Alternatively, send me screenshots of your console and network logs. I may be able to offer some assistance.
As you can see there are many potential causes for MCStacker not to work. If any of these tips helped you, please let me know about it at firstname.lastname@example.org or twitter. Perhaps I can change a few things in MCStacker to prevent this from happening to others.