Post by moonbeam on Feb 10, 2019 16:22:16 GMT -8
NO!! That beekeeping is apparently one of PB's clients, no? And the only thing worth noting here in terms of troubleshooting, is that the only thing I tried to do/did was delete the smiley duplicates. Apparently, I'd copied and pasted some dupes, and just wanted a trim. Then some from a site (freesmiley.org?) no longer worked, so I deleted those, and had to do a boatload of renumbering.
Sorry, but I'm really bewildered by that last sentence. 'censor'?
Uh, no. It's not anything to do with PB. Not sure why you would think it was. It's not any of the PB domains. And, having looked through the smilie list, it is indeed in there.
www.beekeepingforum.co.uk/images/smilies/rules.gif. For what it's worth, this one, as well as 1.bp.blogspot.com/-ZINRRcHUz5A/UW7lXUmFpOI/AAAAAAAAJFY/ipqE0bFezZQ/s1600/wow.gif should absolutely be rehosted somewhere else. You have not only helped yourself to their images, but you are hotlinking to them as well, which is stealing their bandwidth that THEY PAY FOR. That's not cool. Your other sites clearly allow the direct links, as they provide the codes.
Censoring, BTW, can be used to filter out language you don't want, but also to "break" a problematic url. You put it on your list, and just make the replacement text a period or something. I have done that on forums where someone posts an image that is setting off antivirus software. Sometimes it's hard to find the image itself so breaking it is faster.