Re: Site Defacement
by "Valerie L. Criswell" <valerie(at)suresource.net>
||Fri, 27 Jul 2001 11:09:34 -0400
||"Lauren Hanka" <bluejay(at)starband.net>,
This has happened to me too. For some strange reason, a graphic that used
to be okay, isn't okay anymore. It's just one of those things. Upload a
new copy, and forget about it.
Being a person that has skills that range from being a cowboy to working the
Web is pretty darn cool, and I think that demonstrates a well-rounded
personality. It's strange to think, though, of all the different people
that we interact with on this list. It's easy to assume we are all techie
people who sit at desks all day, but when you find out otherwise, it's a
real eye-opener. Kudos to you all!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauren Hanka" <bluejay(at)starband.net>
To: "psalmon" <psalmon(at)cafes.net>; <hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 11:37 PM
Subject: Re: Site Defacement
> Hi everyone...
> This discussion is also being held on the Basics List, and the scrambled
> was *not* a result of an upload error. The files had been in place *a long
> time,* and everything was fine for *a long time.* Then, *suddenly,* one of
> the jpgs was scrambled. I think, as suggested in several other posts
> (possibly on the Basics List), that it was a server problem. The graphic
> *was not corrupted when it was uploaded.* O.K.?
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