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Re: Newest Nodes Link Stopped Working for me...

by matija (Priest)
on Jun 12, 2004 at 19:12 UTC ( #363644=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Newest Nodes Link Stopped Working for me...

Stopped working how? Do you get an empty page? an error message? Something else? Is it the link on a particular page, or every Newest Nodes link on the site?

What can I do to restore this link to a blessed state?
A propper error report would be a good start...


Comment on Re: Newest Nodes Link Stopped Working for me...
Re^2: Newest Nodes Link Stopped Working for me...
by baruch (Beadle) on Jun 13, 2004 at 01:55 UTC

    My original post was poorly done. My apologies.

    When I click on the Newest Nodes link, I get the Newest Nodes "page" telling me: "There are no new nodes at this time." This happens each time I click on the link. Previously I got the newest nodes, as expected.

    I am unaware of having made any changes to my home node or elsewhere that would have caused this behavior.

    I have never encountered any information about error reports. I did not know there was such a mechanism.


    1è5Ú

    Chady -- restored node contents

      baruch: Wiping clean the content of nodes you've authored is considere here at the Monastery "Really Bad Manners", and usually serves to draw a slew of downvotes.

      If you're dissatisfied with your node's content, edit by adding an update to the end of your post, explaining what changed in your thought process. But don't wipe nodes clean.


      Dave

        I've checked out about 5 of his other posts, and they've ALL been blanked out. Weird.

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