Are you having trouble logging in? I saw you trying to log in a couple of times so I figured you were. Use the contact link at the bottom of the page to contact Janet or head over to my blog and I'll give you my email so we can get it sorted out.
Ok it let me get logged back in for now. ...It kicked me off when I hit "post" on that last message.
When I login, it goes to the page "Thank you for logging in distortedtj". Then flashes to the forum page. On the forum page it is as if I am not logged in at all. It still has the loggin box at the top of the page but lists my user name in the box at the bottom of the page as being logged in. ??? I can not post or anything, it doesn't even have where I can check my messages. I have done the "delete cookies" and "delete temporary internet files" several time and even defragged my comp and restarted a few times.
I have also tried loggin in from different computers at different locations,, home/work/library. And even had my brother try to login for me from another state but the same problem happens. I'm baffle, I am a far cry from being computer smart but dont know what to do to fix it.
Any advice is apperciated.
I dont know if I will be able to respond to this for awhile after I hit the post bottom "mite log me out again" but I will be able to read what ya'll post. Hopefully I can get this fixed.
Try downloading FireFox and see if it gives you any issues with logging in.
Got the Firefox deal downloaded. It didn't fix the problem but seems to be letting me on now.
So I'm guessing it is the "windows internet explorer" that was giving me problem? If so any of ya'll know what the issue with it is? I'm sure a lot of other users have the windows internet explorer, and don't seem to have a problem with it. Or could it be the site had a burp with my username? It was the only site I was having the problem with. I'm on different types of forums with the same name and such.
Internet Exploder doesn't (or didn't) always conform to http standards and would at times have issues (microsoft calls em "features")
I doubt that was it though.
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