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Tuesday, 25 October 2005
Mood:  a-ok
Topic: News

The Angelfire Team & Club Bloggers will be interested in this:

Here is an [apparent] glitch, which I discovered quite by accident today, concerning the 'Colorado' designation on the Angelfire web addresses:

When you go to:
you will find listed, approx 2500 Angelfire pages which have an additional co/ added to the url.

Upon checking, I notice that the URL worked both with the additional co/ and also without it.

However, one cannot login to the A/F account, using the double co/

That is a strange one, to be sure!

Posted by co/begumnoor at 7:10 AM EDT | Post Comment | View Comments (5) | Permalink | Share This Post

Tuesday, 25 October 2005 - 8:33 AM EDT

Name: dalleh

They may have problems with the images,I visited some all have broken images. using co/co/

Tuesday, 25 October 2005 - 11:48 AM EDT

Name: co/begumnoor

At first I thought maybe it was a Google glitch...
then I realized that the pages are accessable
with the double co/, although, as you have noted,
the images do not always appear.

I'm interested to see what the A/F team has to say about it.

Tuesday, 25 October 2005 - 3:19 PM EDT

Name: dalleh

use the full address of the image like this

with one co/

Tuesday, 25 October 2005 - 4:30 PM EDT

Name: co/begumnoor

Yes, of course. I'm just wondering how is it possible
that 2,500 Angelfire pages are listed on Google with co/co/

That is the mystery.......

Wednesday, 26 October 2005 - 12:35 AM EDT

Name: jrp34

You ask an interesting question and one that I don't have an answer to. Definately, *supporting* the double-co is a glitch. However, having Google actually link to those is even more of a mystery.

I'll look into this tomorrow. I'll try and figure out what is going on.


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