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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303820

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Hi All,
 
Not been here for a while and when I loged on found it had all changed. (For the better I Hope)
This has probably been answered before so sorry in advance, but how do you get rid of all the warning things at the top of the page, or am I doing something wrong.
 
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303821

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Sorry Folks, Don't know how I posted this topic 4 times.
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303822

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Actually Graham, I don't think it has been answered as yet, although several other people have mentioned having the same problem (I haven't got it, for some odd reason - perhaps I should feel left out!! lol).  No doubt the techies will get to it in time, they're having to iron out lots of other niggles too.
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303823

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Thanks Sue, They only seems to appear when I log in for some reason, Strange. 
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303824

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Sue's right, Graham, and sorry - we haven't really answered this one satisfactorily have we?  I had this problem the first time I logged in but not since, but then I clear my cache every time I close my browser (web developer habit).  It's possible that cookies you had from the previous version of the site are causing a problem - could you do me a favour and clear them, and tell me whether the problem persists?
 
If you're not sure how to do so, can you tell me whether you use Windows or Mac, and which browser you use to access the internet (eg Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome etc)
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303825

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I don't have the problem, as I said - I did the very first time, but not since.  I don't clear my cookies - well, not very often (do I get a telling off for that? lol), I use Windows and IE.  Dunno if that helps you sort things out, JD. BTW, why are you still here?  Don't tell me, I bet it's coz you're so keen to get everything sorted you just can't bear to drag yourself away until it's all done!!!  (I'm right, aren't I.......NOT!!! tee hee).
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303826

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I had all the headers when I first logged in, but after a while they all disappeard and now they never show.
However, having just posted two New Topics they take over 5 minutes to load on to the forum.
 
Having looked through recent postings it appears that users try and post a reply, it does not instantly appear, they re send, creating multiple postings. 
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303827

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Correct, Damian - the forum landing pages are refreshed every five minutes.  It's standard practice to cache pages like that, though five minutes is a bit excessive, I agree - we had to use a particular mechanism just so that we could get the site live, where five minutes is the only option we had; however, Austin will look next week at using another method where we can bring it down to two minutes or so...
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303828

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Hi John,
 
Thanks for looking at this problem. I have cleared my cache (I think) and deleted the cookies, but it still showes up at the top of the page. I am using Windows 7 and Internet Explorer v8.
 
Be grateful for more help if you don't mind.
 
Thanks
 
Graham (Ponty)
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Warning Headers 6 years 3 months ago #303829

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Hi John,
 
Me again. You say it takes 5 minutes for the page to refresh, that is very excessive, another caravan forum I belong to refreshes instantly as soon as you hit the "submit reply" button.
 
Another problem I have noticed. After I have made a reply to post and hit the save button, all I get on the next page is a white page with all the warning headers on top, I have to hit the back button before I can do anything else.
 
HTH
 
Graham (Ponty)
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