Truncate the link after ".html" and reopen page to see if it resolves the issue. It could be due to inclusion of some session related info in the URL which may have expired. Also, clear your cache/cookies related to aliexpress to see if that helps.
I am facing strange aliexpress issue since yesterday. I have saved some aliexpress links in an Excel file for e.g. http://www.aliexpress.com/item/New-Fashion-Women-Shell-Buttons-pockets-Solid-Loose-sweater-Crochet-Knit-Casual-Blouse-Long-Cardigan-Sweater/32420350517.html?spm=2114.031010208.3.29.d5qrQu&ws_ab_test=searchweb201556_7_71_72_73_74_75,searchweb201527_1,searchweb201560_9 Since yesterday if I copy this link and paste it in browser then none of the links and buttons on page work (except in header and footer). For e.g. I am unable to select size or color of item. "Buy now" and "Add to cart" buttons doesn't work. I am also unable to click "Contact Now" link to contact the seller. You know when you mouse over a link it changes into hand, it's not happening. But if you search on aliexpress and then open the same link from search results then everything works. I have tested in IE, Chrome and FF. I even sent a link to another guy through email. He clicked the link in email and had same problem on his PC. What the hell is going on???
hahaha that be true. i dont think any other ISP offer 4mbps since there are so many people at my place who use wifi moreover i do a lot of online gaming and i have heard that other ISP's make it a very terrible experience but so does PTCL. i am so so so sick of pursuing this issue. even the smart TV keeps disconnecting and they say it is from the back end.
@noman89, I had the same problem and the following is what I am doing. I went to the market and bought a DC Power Supply for 1,300rs (the kind that are found in mobile repair shops). It is rated at 0v-15v and 2a. In reality it delivers a maximum of 15.9v. However, it would have been better if I could have found one that was rated at 0v-30v and 5a. Next, I connected it to a battery and in two hours it was becoming extremely hot. So, I opened it up and placed an additional 12v adopter inside it to power a computer fan because, I did not want to share the 2a of the power supply with a fan! Finally, I tried to equalize a 50ah battery with success as the specific gravity of each cell reached around 1.27, the process took 10-hours and now, I am equalizing a GX135 and expect the process to last 24-28 hours. In all the power supply has been preforming 30+hours of continues equalization service. For the future, I plan on maintaining a new Volta tubular 200ah battery with this power supply and will try to revive a new narada 12ndf155 battery that lost its capacity within 4 months of use.