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  • #21
    I've seen some laziness, but the inability to add two 's's to the source code before proclaiming defeat takes the biscuit. It took more effort to post a screenshot that tells you twice where it's moved to.

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    • #22
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      Last edited by dean goodman; 12 Aug 2017, 01:58 AM.

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      • #23
        Bob you do sound more like MCM but shielding yourself behind a fictitious name won't help much with your reputation???

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        • #24
          Yea, Bob, please post the correction if it is obvious to you. This forum is to help, even to those of us that are blind to the obvious programming missteps or solutions... I imagine you never ever had a bug in your software that a 5 year old could not have picked up. The forum is for help and not ridicule...

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          • #25
            The screen shot in #18 reveals the change required: "http:" to "https:"
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            • #26
              Originally posted by dean goodman View Post
              Yea, Bob, please post the correction if it is obvious to you. This forum is to help, even to those of us that are blind to the obvious programming missteps or solutions... [...]
              What Bob and Frank said.

              And even I as a non-native English speaker can identified the message "Moved permanetly" and a (different) URL given. There's also the HTTP status code 301 given. A basic Google search, pasting any of this into the search field, would've quickly revealed the cause and (very easy) resolution of the problem.

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              • #27
                Bob you do sound more like MCM
                I would never say "takes the biscuit."

                I would say "takes the cake."
                Michael Mattias
                Tal Systems Inc.
                Racine WI USA
                mmattias@talsystems.com
                http://www.talsystems.com

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