.....fixed so it is up to date, whether your users are logged in or not, and no matter what platform they are on?
And some say if you listen real close you can still hear them "sending it up" for answers to this day....
Hasn't been a response in days. Maybe The site has been hacked or it is going under.... Has been very little activity by anyone really...
I recently got a two week ban for telling them to “send up” some choice words in my other thread
I bet it's that dang back end Canooter valve acting up again.....
Looks like a backend rebuild still isn't the solution. Maybe you should adjust the front end alignment or the tire pressure? Grease the Canooter valve and fill the electrical circuit fluid? The truth is none of you have a clue what's going on. It might as well be space aliens. I've yet to see one single solution to any problem that has arisen since I've been coming here.
We recently added Cloudflare to the site to provide an optimum experience for users for both site speed and security. This programme prioritizes users who are logged in first so visitors to the site won't see the most up to date content. I'd say that's whats going on here.
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Last edited by brob757; 04-16-2019 at 03:44 AM.
As I said the program is there to optimize user experience for our core logged in users. I understand your concerns, but at this point in time, we are focusing on core user group.
who post occasionaly. Except Andypat . You actually have sponsors willing to pay for a
site with so little activity thats driving any new members elsewhere by not even showing the few current posts available. I must be missing something.
Where is Dave when you need him?
As for the out of date posts for guests, I'm assuming that this is still being considered and will improve later on, we're still working with ways to improve our communities.
Members who log in to view the site (what you apparently label the "core user group", and may or may not post.
Members who may or may not choose to log in, before or after coming here to view the site.
Non-members who can view the site, but unable to post unless they register.
Perhaps I'm also missing the justification of lumping non-logged in members with non-registered visitors.
Look around, and you'll see many "core users" who have been all but scarce.