dB what happened?

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Member Since: May 04, 2003

The whole screens f*cked up :(:(:(:(

The whole layout is gone, it's a big blur or something,

Hope it's nothing too serious

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Since: May 04, 2003

Jan 26, 2005 02:14 pm

owk ,... whaha
when Posting this it turned back normal again

Since: Apr 03, 2002

Jan 26, 2005 02:14 pm


I wish I had enough money to set up a proper staging environment before I moving code to production.

Hold 'Em Czar
Since: Dec 30, 2004

Jan 26, 2005 02:17 pm

yeah i saw the menu on the left side again and was like "wtf"....i figured dB was up to something....remixing the site! it's kinda interesting to watch the site change in real time....hope me hittin' refresh over and over isn't f'n with the server.

Since: Apr 03, 2002

Jan 26, 2005 02:18 pm

No, refreshing doesn't hurt it. Me being an idiot is what hurts it.

I'm lucky as hell I had a backup of the header include file on the server...jeezuz, I gotta start versioning this site so I can rollback quickly in situations like that.

Note to self: weekend project, set up versioning.

All that trouble just to add a new banner in the column LOL

The fat one always watches us.
Since: Nov 08, 2002

Jan 26, 2005 05:02 pm

i got kicked 2 days ago, but i had a buzz and couldnt read the text on the cookies... didnt know which one to send......

Since: Apr 03, 2002

Jan 27, 2005 10:11 am

I don't know whats up with that kickin thing, it's so incredibly rare and only affects a very, very small percentage of the hunrdered of thousands of page views a month, forgive me if I look at it as a minimal problem. After kicking, I would suggest trying a refresh, see if it recognizes you on the refresh, that works for me on Gmail quite often. I personally have never been kicked, nor has any staff that I ahave been made aware of.

I did set up versioning on the web root this morning, so, if one of my updates has problems, I can easily rollback to the previous version of the file.

If anyone else is interested in that cool little feature, which every serious web site does, I use a tool called FTPVC which I was introduced to while developing this latest version of my CMS system by the guy helping me with it. You can dig it at www.prestosoft.com/ps.asp?page=fvc_ftpvc

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