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Evening all.....got back yesterday from a camping trip in North Wales with poor Wifi, phone reception and everything else. I know there's been a few issues with the forum since I've been away but I've not really been able to do anything about it.

At the moment there is one issue that needs resolving but in case you hadn't worked it out for yourselves here's how to get over it:

You may have noticed that when you load up the main page that the date, time, number of posts etc, are exactly the same as the last time you visited. Simply refreshing your browser, whether it's on your PC or smartphone or tablet will cure this.

The same goes for clicking "View New Posts". It will display the same amount of posts as the last time you visited. Just refresh the browser.

Also when viewing a thread for new replies you will need to refresh again. So, just refresh, refresh, refresh.... if you think that's a pain then think of me who has to check every post made on here!!

Which brings me to another point....we reached a milestone of 40,000 posts just the other day. When I look at other forums that can easily get hundreds of posts a day it makes me slightly....jealous...but then most posts on other forums are usually a load of bollocks and not worth reading.

Thanks as always for all your valuable contributions and making this forum still the No1 UK forum for Kitchen Fitters!! Cheers
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  • Jayne Hiddleston (29-09-2017 12:19 PM)

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#2
my mate tried regestering last week but it kept saying he is a "known spammer" so wont let him join, is there any problems with new regesterees? i dont think he is a spammer

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(03-08-2014, 06:52 PM)speed Wrote: my mate tried regestering last week but it kept saying he is a "known spammer" so wont let him join, is there any problems with new regesterees? i dont think he is a spammer

Get him to contact me at admin@kitchenfittersforum.com. The problem is, certain email address extensions are blocked as that is where a lot of spam registrations come from. Gmail, for instance, is a common email extension and I get spam registrations from all over the world. It is far easier to manually add one genuine member than it is to delete 50+ all in one go....ThumbUp

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#4
exactly the same issue i am facing from long time i couldn't able to find some thanks for this blog i hope it will help me.

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^^^ Th_ROFLMAO ^^^ talking of SPAM
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  • Jayne Hiddleston (29-09-2017 12:20 PM)

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