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28 April 2012

Web Finds - 28 April 2012

So another busy week for me and in the world of the Filofax blogs, and some new blogs we haven't featured before, so we can sneak up on those and say hello/bonjour... and boost their stats just a little!
The grand Filofax sale is still going on over here at Philofaxy, don't miss out on some great organisers. Please also scroll to the bottom of the page and look at the Wanted Ads too. 

Enjoy

9 comments:

  1. Thank you for including me, Steve!

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  2. I tried the "erincdale" site several times but my server would not let me go there - maintained it was a phishing site. Pity, I wanted to buy an A5 I liked.

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    1. It's only another page of this site John, click on Ad-Spot at the top of the page.

      What was claiming that the page was a phishing site? Your browser or security software?

      Steve

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  3. We believe it was from my browser that didn't like the site and it's not the ad-spot site it's the contact site or the link that seems to be the problem for me

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    1. That's odd because it's only a page on the blog. .

      The blog address being http://philofaxy.blogspot.com/ and the adspot page is: http://philofaxy.blogspot.com/p/readers-ads.html

      What browser and operating system are you using, I might see if I can replicate the problem here.

      Is there a link to override the warning?

      Thanks
      Steve

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  4. No it's nothing to do with your page but at the end of the list of items for sale it reads "contact erincdale@yahoo.com" and that's where I have the problem

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    1. But it's written as text John like this: erincdale[at]yahoo[dot]com so I can't see how that could be making your browser think that our page is a phising site? It's an email address, not a web address, but not displayed as an email address to reduce the chances of the address being harvested by the Spam bots. .

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  5. I don't know but this is an Apple not a PC so perhaps that might have something to do with it. Anyway, we disabled the system for a little while and tried again. My son is a Systems Engineer and he has this habit of playing around with my computer trying to make it like his and this can be frustrating at times. Sorry for all the confusion and thank you for your patience.

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  6. I have been in contact with Erin and purchased the Cuban A5 - again, thank you.

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