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Hey Fellas, if ya gotta scroll to the right on a 17" monitor its a sure sign your signature pic is TOO DAMN BIG! :D
 

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Thats a good point randy.
however, mabey I should resize mine... but ergg, that means going into photoshop, saving a new pic, uploading it to my site... too much hassle right now :D
 

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Is mine showing up? I don't know if my cookies are enabling me to see mine or if it is actually linking. Anyone?
 

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i cant see yours intrepidatious :( ....i was wondering the same thing, can anyone see mine or no?
 

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Can someone do me a favor and click on "My hompage" in my signature and see if it is accessible? I can get to it from my computer (and my local intranet, ie: my house network), but I want to see if it is available over the internet. I think my IP provider may have blocked my port 80.

Thanks in advance.

[ November 26, 2001: Message edited by: Intrepidatious ]
 

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Originally posted by Intrepidatious:
Can someone do me a favor and click on "My hompage" in my signature and see if it is accessible? I can get to it from my computer (and my local intranet, ie: my house network), but I want to see if it is available over the internet. I think my IP provider may have blocked my port 80.

Thanks in advance.
The Error message of death:
The page cannot be displayed
The page you are looking for is currently unavailable. The Web site might be experiencing technical difficulties, or you may need to adjust your browser settings.

Sorry
Charles

[ November 26, 2001: Message edited by: MathWiz ]
 

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I can just change the port forwarding in my Linksys router right?

For example...say I change the forwarder in my router to forward Port 30 (instead of 80)to my local server (which contains the website). Won't the incoming request be looking for the default http of port 80? I know I have to change it in IIS also to a different port, but do I have to do anything else? Help?

Oh, BTW...wanna try it one more time? ;)
 
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