What did I miss?
Haste posting srry.
Oh my god help.
the snow is that same for me. what is wrong with the internet?
I must not check… arrgh
I got the black </div>
I just now got the div instead of snowflakes. Not even beginning to understand.
>>1709>seisatsu is saya
IS YOUR MIND FULL OF FUCK NOW????
Also, what happened with the snow?
yeah, and now it's saying the frontpage is denying permission when you post, yet the post still shows up
And the front page "recent posts" section isn't updating. This is punishment for taking the <div> away.
WAIT A SEC I GET IT NOW!
THIS IS A PRANK THEY'RE DOING! Check the damn date, people.
Good one, Sei. Even in the netherworld you're still the best admin we ever had. We miss you.
Should be gone now.
You didn't edit every single page file did you? You only need to edit the relevant template and rebuild the site, which I already did before you posted. I wonder where you were still seeing snow. \o/
What exactly is "happening"? A cute image doesn't help fix anything, unfortunately. I'm not getting any errors on post and I'm not sure what error you're receiving. You also might be caching the error from when you had it, never know. Try clearing it and continuing. I asked a few others if they're having any issues and they're not.
>>1731>having to rebuild>ever
tinyboard bad software tbh imo
The software caches all dynamic page data, such as posts and threads, into static HTML pages to reduce database load. These static pages are updated when the site detects a change in the page data, such as a new post. When you change something behind the scenes, such as including a snow script in the page template, you need to manually tell the software to regenerate the page since the change was not done through the site and cannot be detected automatically. It's a logical solution; the alternative would be to poll the database on every single page visit, creating a crippling amount of database traffic.
at least it works
remember the archive