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Re (3403): Nav bar NEXT goes to hub page.
  Thanks. Knocking the cookie security down from medium to low in the interne

Re (3401): Nav bar NEXT goes to hub page.
  Two possible reasons: 1. you're site is not asctive in the ring currently

can't upload logos?
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large icons/pics - 05/04/2007
is there a smaller code for the cats web ring..the one i got is looks terrible on my page..thans

Replied - 05/07/2007
You may wish to ask this question to the RINGMANAGER. Also, you may need to clarify which specific cat webring you are referring to.

James S. Huggins
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Replied - 05/14/2007
jliilj....You may wish to ask this question to the RINGMANAGER.

Do Ringmanagers still exist??????

Replied - 05/14/2007
I wrote ... You may wish to ask this question to the RINGMANAGER.

That posting prompted a question:
Do Ringmanagers still exist??????

My personal view:

There are no longer ringmanagers in the original sense within this system.

Further, I don't personally believe those within this system are ringmanagers in the sense that Sage Weil originally meant.

Finally, I believe that ringmanagers in the sense that I treasure only exist outside of this system.

That said, however, there are still people who the system designates as ringmanagers and my posting was intended to suggest that such individuals might be the best recipients of the original question.

James S. Huggins

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Replied - 05/14/2007
Go find sage and ask him maybe. I would guess that things evolve over time, sage included. In the "sage" days those that had web sites HAD to know what HTML was. Today you have to work hard to get your website editor to let you see HTML. In the "sage" days there was no support, new members had to get help from whomever they could to "add code to their pages" (which is why fewer then 50% ever did in the good old days. In the "sage" days you had to host your own code, images etc.

There IS a great nostalgia for the good old days. But the world changes. No system could have the kind of success WebRing had in the late 90s now based on that model. The average current webmaster simply hasn't got, or need, the same level of technical ability as was required a few years ago. That's neither bad nor good, just a fact of life and something we are challenged to work with.

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