I was just trying to check out one of my websites on IE6, and I receive an error saying "Internet Explorer cannot open the Internet site... Operation Aborted".
Now it turns out that when I try the same site on Firefox on the same machine (VirtualBox WinXP VM) it works. Other websites I host on the same machine also work in IE6, so it's not like the box is unreachable. In fact, my server logs show a 200 status that the page was reached.
If it matters, I'm running WordPress for the site, so I think it could be a PHP thing at this point. However, my other WordPress site on the same box (which is Debian Lenny, btw) loads just fine. So weird.
Many thanks for any help.
UPDATE: Just replaced home page with static HTML and it loaded. Looks like it could a PHP issue. Is it possible there is some difference in how IE6 acts with PHP as opposed to other IE versions?
UPDATE 2: I'm on WP 2.9.1 and have disabled all of my plugins. Interestingly, I see the title of the site for a brief time for the error pops up. Does that pretty much confirm that it's PHP related? I'm using PHP 5 if that matters.