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Thursday, 2 June 2005
Angelfire Update
Topic: News
This is just a quick heads-up to club members. The Angelfire Team is in the process of completing some upgrades which aren't particularly noticable, but may affect some people.

1. The abuse-prevention software has been updated and now treats less-kindly free members who are using Angelfire solely for file storage without actually having a webpage. If you are using Angelfire in this manner, I recommend that you build a brief page and you should have no problems. Alternatively, Angelfire allows file storage for paying members.

2. In the next two weeks, Angelfire will begin scanning all member content for viruses, trojans, worms, and other assorted ilk. Files which have been contaminated will be deleted. If we believe that the infection is a deliberate attempt to spread the virus, the account will be removed and the user will be permanently banned.

3. In upcoming weeks, Angelfire will be upgrading its paid CGI support from Perl 5.8.0 to Perl 5.8.5. There are very few feature differences between these two releases, however some scripts which rely on bugs in the previous release may not work properly. If you experience any problems with CGI support, please check to make sure it isn't a compatibility problem.

And finally, in the next several days (today, if we can get to it), Angelfire will launch a new visitor's toolbar on all free member pages. This toolbar will take the place of the current search box above the ad . This toolbar will contain a new "sharing" feature (to email the page you are looking at to someone else), links to the site directory and a new "Top100" feature, and other changes. For an idea how this will look, you can see a similar toolbar on all free Tripod sites. (For example, http://cwnurses.tripod.com.)

If you experience any problems with any of these features (or just have general comments or suggestions), please let us know by responding in this thread.

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Sunday, 5 June 2005 - 11:43 AM EDT

Name: pa5/passion2004_index
Home Page: https://www.angelfire.com/pa5/passion2004_my_pages

I am having problems with my webpage. I just created it, but when I try to view it, I only see the background and counter. Any suggestions?

Thursday, 18 November 2021 - 11:48 AM EST

Name: "https://kodi.software/"
Home Page: http://https://kodi.software/

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