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Old Guard
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« on: 09 02, 2005, 05:25: AM »

Every time i click on a Link it sends me to the home page,no mater were the link is to...
I don't think it is on my end,I click on links from other sites all the time and have no problem
« Last Edit: 09 02, 2005, 05:52: AM by Kesvirit » Logged

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« Reply #1 on: 09 02, 2005, 05:54: AM »

I see the problem:
There are many links that lead to other threads within the Forums. When we converted to SMF from iboard, these links were not converted -- they continued to send users back to the old, inaccessable iboard threads. A redirect was installed to send any iboard links back to the KIF home page.

I will have to go back through the Forums and hunt out all of the old iboard links in order to replace them with the appropriate links to the threads on the new Forums. It will take time, and I ask posters to be patient. This is only one of the many administrative that must be completed in order to bring the new Forums into top operating condition.

-=- Kesvirit

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