I can't say that I see anything wrong! I just went and looked at your data, six loads for the 416 Express.... they are all complete and look good! It doesn't look like you are doing anything wrong at all!
I would say that you've done everything right! Your data is very complete, and with lots of details....just what we had envisioned LoadSwap to be all about.... good, honest field tested loads with enough information that someone looking will know that the load isn't just a textbook reproduction!
I built LoadSwap so that you cannot access any page without "Agreeing" to that page. Try hitting the "Agree" button, then going to your place of choice.
If this fails then you need to allow cookies to be set.
To do this:
If you're using Netscape Navigator:
Go to Edit, then at the bottom, Preferences, then at the bottom, left hand on the left navigation, click on Advanced then on the lower right, click Accept All Cookies
Edit >> Preferences >> Advanced >> Accept All Cookies
If you're using Internet Explorer:
Go to Tools, then at the bottom, Internet Tools, then select the Security tab, set your security to Medium.
Tools >> Tools >> Internet Tools >> Security >> Set To Medium
Their is a lot of stuff going around about cookies. But I asure you, they are perfectly safe. I am currently writing a article on cookies and security, but for now it's not yet completed. However, to sum up the jist of it, accepting cookies does not open threat open to you.
If this doesn't work, please let me know!
God Bless, Lets here what you guys have to say about LoadSwap!
I'm a first time poster on the board. I have been reading the posts for sometime now (this is really a wonderfull site!) and was trying to access the 'Loadswap' site and for some reason it won't allow me in, just gives me this error message:
The file specified cannot be found on Beartooth Bullets Online! If you typed in the address please make sure of the URL. If there is a problem with the links on a web page please notify [email protected] If you are looking for a certain page please use our powerfull search feature. Click Here to search Beartooth Bullets Online."
I've followed everything mentioned about the settings for IE and Netscape including one of the recommendations about registering. The webmaster mention clicking on an 'Agreement' link but that doesn't appear either. Am I doing something wrong or is there something amiss here?
Marshall and those who moderate and post as well as the webmaster should be please with what has been acomplished on this board. The civility shown and expressed is much appreciated.
The problem still exists. Your linkage worked in logging me out of loadswap (which was interesting) I tried using:
http://www.loadswap.com/load_data/login.php and it still won't let me in so I tried using 'log' and 'logon' .php still no go. oh, well.. maybe it's something to do with the computer I'm on at the moment, it does go thru a firewall.
Yes, a firewall will definately make a difference. My son put a firewall on my computer so everytime I have a problem, my first whine is to him. Nine times out of ten he goes into my firewall setting and presto, problem solved. For Loadswap the only thing I am blocking is the http headers-referer but allow http header fields e-mail (from), browser (user-agent) and of course, cookies. It's been working great for me with these settings.
We will try hard to keep a handle on the data, and to delete those loads that are obviously out to lunch. But, the key to this working is you folks, the useres policing our own ranks... we have provided a Warn feature, and when there's a load that doesn't meet the criteria of necessary info, is irresponsible in it's content or just plain dangerous, use the Warn feature to alert us here, we then deal with that load, ASAP to protect everyone!
You folks are doing an outstanding job, and the Warn feature has already been used six times! Not for irresponsible loads, but for errors caught in data entry.
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