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Getting "REFERER LOGGING" error messages? Read this....
« on: Nov 23, 2003, 08:28:48 AM »
Some of you may get error messages that mention "REFERER LOGGING" when you try to post. This is a setting that can usually be traced back to one of several things:

1) Using AOL. The AOL browser does not have Referrer Logging turned on by default. Unfortunately since we don't have a sample AOL browser available to us, we can't tell you where that setting is in the AOL browser. Contact AOL and ask them where this setting is. Please let us know where it is also, so we can make a post on how to do it.

2) Norton Security software. The Norton software has Referrer Logging turned off by default, so you'll need to turn it on. In Norton, open the Advanced Options, Web tab, click Add site, add: http://www.deltabravo.net. Then select deltabravo in that column, and on the Privacy tab, set it to accept referrers.

3) Using the Opera browser. Opera users need to go to File -> Preferences -> Security -> Privacy -> and put a check in "Enable referrer logging".


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If You Have Norton Security or Norton Personal Firewall
« Reply #1 on: Nov 24, 2003, 12:50:20 PM »

This is confusing, go into your program files and open up the Norton software.  On the top bar is the OPTIONS link, open the link that says Internet Security.  

Here is the link on the Norton web site.  The instructions are different whether you're using version 2002 and earlier OR 2003 and later.


This link is the 2002 and earlier instructions.  In the 3rd paragraph is the link for the 2003 and later version.


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