This is obviously a major problem for WordPress because it has been reported by many people over the past many months. Surely it's about time we put our heads together and solved it once and for all - then put the answer in a sticky or something.
I'm an administrator. In Firefox 2, for the past week, I have not been able to see the blue Nav Bar at the top of my site - nor can I see the blue WordPress graphic at the top of the WordPress.com front page. Couple of days ago I installed the CookieCuller add-on in FF2 and have good control of my cookies. But I still have the feeling - maybe erroneous - that cookies are behind the missing Nav Bar problem. Naturally, I have searched the forum for an earlier solution. But there is none, nothing that works consistently - which was how I realised how persistent the problem has been and remains.
When I run Internet Explorer 6.0 both the blue Nav Bar and the (blue) WordPress front-page graphic are visible.
Is this problem exclusive to Firefox? Anybody?
Has anyone pursued the solution, found it - and not yet fed it back to the forum? (C'mon, man ... we're starving for this morsel of information)
Are there any determined volunteers out there - with the problem - who would be willing to search through their Firefox settings and experiment to find something useful? Input from Firefox experts who don't have the Nav Bar problem would also be useful.
We're all reasonably intelligent people. Can't we solve this one?
I really don't want to have to switch from FF back to IE ... :-(