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Signing In to Webring from a Join Notice Em - 12/20/2005
huh?

Perhaps it is because it is 6:01 am and I've been awake for an hour after only a couple hours sleep and probably shouldn't be even reading posts let alone replying to them, but...

your last 2 posts make no sense? Please clarify.

M.




Replied - 12/20/2005
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Perhaps it is because it is 6:01 am and I've been awake for an hour after only a couple hours sleep and probably shouldn't be even reading posts let alone replying to them, but...

your last 2 posts make no sense? Please clarify.
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Not your fault. I posted late and exhausted. I'm just now back and it is after midnight here. I'll clarify as soon as I can think again.


James S. Huggins


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Replied - 12/21/2005
This is an attempt to clarify the earlier post.

1. I received a join notice email. This is the email webring.com sends to an RM when someone joins your webring. It begins "The site below was submitted to your ring ..."

2. This email includes a link that says "Manage New Subscriptions".

3. I click on this link.

4. When I click on that link I go to a login page that has a url like
http://dir.webring.com/login?done=http...

In theory if I login, the page should then direct me to the "Manage New Subscriptions" page.

5. I login by entering my ID, password and clicking the "sign in" button.

6. I then go (or attempt to go) to a page with a url of
http://dir.webring.com/login?login

However, that page does not exist, so I get the standard IE message page for a 400 result: The page cannot be found

7. It does appear, however, that the login worked. If I edit the url (deleting terminal characters) so it appears as http://dir.webring.com and then hit enter, I go to the webring.com home page.

8. Further, it appears the appropriate cookies are set. If I return to the email and again click on the "Manage New Subscriptions" link, I open the correct page.


James S. Huggins

to contact me: http://JSH.us/webring-email




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Replied - 12/21/2005
I've been getting that same error. Just haven't had the time to sit down and write it up. The log-in works - but the page doesn't. MonaLS

"6. I then go (or attempt to go) to a page with a url of
http://dir.webring.com/login?login

However, that page does not exist, so I get the standard IE message page for a 400 result: The page cannot be found

7. It does appear, however, that the login worked. If I edit the url (deleting terminal characters) so it appears as http://dir.webring.com and then hit enter, I go to the webring.com home page."



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