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Odd request

October 29 2011 at 10:35 AM
Frank Williams  (no login)
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I have an unusual request. As some of you know, I have created a website resource for anyone interested in modeling the US Coast Guard. I recently gave the site a major overhaul and republished it. I now have a gentleman telling me I have 2 websites, the original and the updated. This is not possible. The website is on a self hosted network on a PC in my bedroom. When I make a change I delete the old page and insert the new one. The old page does not exist anymore and should not be accessible. I request that you guys (even if you are not interested in the Coast Guard) just click onto my link www.coastguardmodeling.com
and tell me what you see. You should see a page that says This is THE site with rotating images of some of my models. You should not see a page that says Greetings and ends with a change history with Ray Bean as the last entry. E-mail me your answer. I just want to make sure this thing is working right. Thanks for the help!


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Mike Kippenhan
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you are correct

October 29 2011, 12:50 PM 

Looks correct to me Frank. The other person may have the clear their cache or they have something bookmarked.

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Frank Williams
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Thanks - I'll pass this to him

October 30 2011, 5:52 AM 

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John Rood
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The new site comes up properly, and what a cool site it is! nt

November 8 2011, 10:59 AM 

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