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I Am Error.

October 15, 2005 at 6:20 PM

(Can't think of a better quote for this post, given what I've been fixing lately - This one's from the NES game Zelda II: The Adventure of Link =P)

I've recently fixed two issues with the site: With a few exceptions, you can now view the contents of any of my site's directories (instead of getting a 403/Forbidden error page), and the error pages themselves should work properly now =)

Both involved minor changes in my HyperText Access file - broken links were the cause of the latter...

...And speaking of broken links - would anyone know of PHP code that can display two URLs on a page: one would be the page a user was referred from, and one would be the page the user was trying to reach? It would really help me out if I could get that implemented, as it would make broken links coming into (or within) the site a lot easier to troubleshoot.

Also, after some looking around, I've made the directory view nicer, too - I have to thank Corz for granting the use of the .htaccess code and images for these...With some minor tweaks of my own in addition to that, of course ^_~

Finally, I'm working on adding a locally-hosted guestbook (in case my Tripod one might go down in the future): It'll be a Purple Yin one, which I decided to use as it worked for a website I helped set up recently, and only required minor tweaking to get it ready. I haven't had much time to mess around with it, but as soon as I can get it set up to look/work just like my current guestbook (or as close to it as possible), I'll copy the entries over from my old one and change the links on my site to point to the new one =)

Manure? I Hate Manure!

October 5, 2005 at 6:12 PM

...Because I'm going to have to put up with its stench for quite awhile. We had a retaining wall put in the backyard fairly recently (so that the basement won't get water in it again, as well as making it easier to mow around that area), and to regrow all of the grass and such that was torn out in the process, my parents had spread grass seed spread there, as well as compost. Judging by the scent of the compost, I'm pretty sure most of it is mostly manure - And I'm going to have to deal with that awful smell until it's gone.

(A "Back to the Future: Part II" quote fits perfectly for the title here, eh? =P)


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