Skip to main content




https://youtu.be/H-dE7ItJLEs


Sat 28 Sep 2019 10:29:22 PM EDT

Now I just tried webs.com FREE HOSTING SERVICE. It worked fine until I tried to publish my new site!
The capcha's WILL NOT DISPLAY IN A FRAME BIG ENOUGH TO SEE OR RESPOND TO!
all SUPPORT IS PAID. I DO NOT THINK THAT IT WOULD BE SMART OF ME TO PAY FOR SUPPORT AS THE PROBLEM IS THEIR WEB SERVER.

PLEASE LOOK AT THE FOLLOWING VIDEO AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK, IS IT members.webs.com ?
OR IS IT ME ?
https://youtu.be/H-dE7ItJLEs

YouTube: webs fail 2019 09 28 22 24 45 (Mark Springer)

@mark burns springer Sorry for the (likely useless by now) late response. But yeah, I agree, if this is one of those WYSIWYG free website things then it definitely seems like their widget has some sort of issue. Is this for a business or more personal stuff? I might be able to donate some resources for a Wordpress site to the cause if it isn't something that's going to do more than, say, a thousand visitors a day. I just pulled that number from the air. Really, just PM me and lets talk. If it fits within what I'd consider minimal to low resource usage then I'll hook you up no strings attached. I'm actually considering giving users of this site such perks in the future anyways, maybe you could be my first beta tester haha.








#rumford


Terry Karkos/Sun Journal

A tire track across a lawn and the stump of a shattered utility pole at 206 Lincoln Ave. in Rumford remained as evidence of an early Friday morning crash. Police arrested Charles Beardsley, 29, of Rumford at 2:06 a.m. on Knox Street on charges of operating under the influence, leaving the scene of a property damage crash and failing to report a property damage crash by quickest means possible. Beardsley was not hurt and released on $800 unsecured bail and will be arraigned Sept. 3 in 11th District Court. Rumford administrative officer Matthew Desroches said Friday afternoon that Beardsley was driving a 2006 Dodge pickup truck when he struck the utility pole. Desroches drove off and was later found on Knox Street, he said.
Image/Photo



This website uses cookies. That said, social.linuxlusers.com only uses cookies/tracking within the constraints of what the Friendica project requires to function! No additional JavaScript or tracking code of any kind has been added to this site! We will never sell/release data without valid court order, and we only log what is needed to securely & legally operate the site.