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Author Topic:   TMMaps site move
Sailor
Administrator
posted June 08, 2002 11:44 PM            
I have moved the TMMaps site from Tripod to Freewebsites. The new address is http://tmmaps.koolhost.com for Treadmaps and http://tmmaps.koolhost.com/tmmaps/ for TMMaps. My sig has been updated with the new url. Please update any links that you may have to the site to reflect the change. The old site has a javascript redirect for the time being to the new site courtesy of Kong. Hope this does not inconvenience anyone, but Tripod was getting to be a pain to deal with.

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May you always have a following Sea and the comfort of those you hold nearest to your heart.
TMMaps

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Dreamer
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posted June 09, 2002 12:25 PM         
thx!

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HUT
Member
posted June 11, 2002 03:41 PM            
Hi Sailor
I click on this address,#http://tmmaps.koolhost.com/tmmaps/# and receives such changed > ,#http://www.freewebsites.com/error_lang.html#
Best wishes HUT

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Sailor
Administrator
posted June 11, 2002 03:57 PM            
Do not know what the error is Hut, but I tested the link a few minutes ago and it worked fine. Try it again and see if it works or click on the TMMaps in my sig. It should take you to the same place.

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May you always have a following Sea and the comfort of those you hold nearest to your heart.
TMMaps

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HUT
Member
posted June 11, 2002 04:15 PM            
Hmm...? I click on this,#TMMaps#. I can't get on this page.#http://tmmaps.koolhost.com/tmmaps# I have response that there is no such page.

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BamZipPow
Member
posted June 11, 2002 04:52 PM            
Looks like you left the "/" out of your sig, Sailor.

Hut, just add a / at the end of that address line and press return. It should bring you to the correct page.

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Sailor
Administrator
posted June 11, 2002 06:55 PM            
The ending slash should only be required under certain circumstances. The address in the first post in this thread has an ending slash and he said he had the same problem. This must be some other problem with getting to the address (ISP) that is hosting the pages. Could be Hut's ISP has a block on the address or range of addresses. He may have to check with them.

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May you always have a following Sea and the comfort of those you hold nearest to your heart.
TMMaps

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Rex R
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posted June 12, 2002 01:28 AM            
FYI
tried the click me part of your sig(the latest post) worked, got to the site.

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HUT
Member
posted June 12, 2002 02:41 AM            
Hello All.
Do not you like me? look on text,below. >We do not host non english speaking sites.
Best wishes

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Karldar
Member
posted June 12, 2002 11:52 AM            
Page not found error when I used the hyperlink in your sig, Sailor, but I just refreshed the page and it showed up.

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Sailor
Administrator
posted June 12, 2002 01:01 PM            
The best answer I can give you Hut is that you have some language setting that the site does not like and gives you an error. I will see if there is any solution with their technical support, but I do not know of anything else that could cause it. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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May you always have a following Sea and the comfort of those you hold nearest to your heart.
TMMaps

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HUT
Member
posted June 12, 2002 02:21 PM            
Hi, Sailor.
As long I am in Internet, this is first once. OOPS* Thanks answer.
Best wishes HUT

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