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    can't reply to a thread that I stared

    I can't reply to a thread that I stared and I don't know who to contact
    Last edited by CityMPLSEmpolyee; 04-20-2016 at 08:30 AM.

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    There are severel thousand (million?) threads on this board.
    A link to the thread would help...(hint hint)...
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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    Ok

    HTML Code: 
    http://www.excelforum.com/showthread.php?t=1135076&p=4362312&highlight=#post4362312
    I don't know what would be need sorry

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    when I click "post quick reply it sends me to this link
    HTML Code: 
    http://www.excelforum.com/newreply.php?do=postreply&t=1135076
    and the page post this text for me

    Sucuri WebSite Firewall - CloudProxy - Access Denied
    What is going on?
    You are not allowed to access the requested page. If you are the site owner, please open a ticket in our support page if you think it was caused by an error: https://support.sucuri.net. If you are not the owner of the web site, you can contact us at cloudproxy@sucuri.net. Also make sure to include the block details (displayed below), so we can better troubleshoot the error.
    Block details
    Your IP: 170.159.4.1
    URL: http://www.excelforum.com/newreply.p...eply&t=1135076
    Your Browser: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/49.0.2623.112 Safari/537.36
    Block ID: BLKUNF1
    Block reason: Your request was not authorized due to its content (HTML code not allowed).
    Time: Wed, 13 Apr 2016 12:09:54 -0400
    Server ID: cp14015
    Sucuri CloudProxy
    CloudProxy is a WebSite Firewall from Sucuri. It stands between your site and the rest of the world and protects against attacks, malware infections, DDOS, brute force attempts and mostly anything that can harm it.

    Not only that, but your sites get cached, speeding it up quite a bit. Interested? Visit http://cloudproxy.sucuri.net

    but when I copy the http address I get a blank page

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    That is a common "error" on this site. Something in your reply (often a < or a > character somewhere) that the firewall decides that day that it does not like. Scan through your reply and remove any characters that the firewall may interpret as "html code" and keep trying until the firewall accepts your post.

    Or start over and be sure to use only alphabetical characters or something.

    Or wait a day and see if the firewall is less "stubborn" tomorrow.
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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    does it matter if it's in a set of code brackets?

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    it had something to with this

    “ j a v a s c r i p t : _ _ d o P o s t B a c k ( ' c t l 0 0 $ M a i n C o n t e n t $ L i n k B u t t o n 1 ' , ' ' ) ”

    I added a space between each character

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    I don't claim to understand the fickle inner workings of our firewall here. I just know that some days it lets my posts through without difficulty, and other days it refuses posts for seemingly dumb reasons. I have not tested whether putting the post or text in code brackets or other things helps. I don't know what that statement is trying to communicate. My best advice is to try a different approach to saying what you are trying to say in response to your thread.

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    Re: can't reply to a thread that I stared

    I just thought you would like to see what I narrowed it down to.
    but your help was great.

    Thank you very much.

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