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    Link mis direction.

    Just doing some Random stuff and noticed that on the main page if you go to click on the Security Events. Link it sends you to the Calender instead on this link:

    http://antionline.com/calendar.php?s=$session[sessionhash]

    Of course screen shots are included.

    http://img185.imageshack.us/img185/4523/52032400fa6.jpg

    http://img98.imageshack.us/img98/615/55822834kn2.jpg

    Anyhow thought i'd make a quick thread and mention it.

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    Thanks, Chris. Another leftover from the old software. I'll alert the editors to see what they want to do about it.

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    No prob Joe. Like i said just came across it and thought i'd mention it so that the link can be corrected if possible.

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    Hi Chris,

    I am not sure where the link is supposed to go these days. It seems that we are using the default vBulletin calendar rather than a custom one.

    If you check some of the dates you will see that there are links under the "birthdays" entry for security events............ for example Defcon 16 is there for early August.

    Clicking on that link takes you to the post that tells you about the event. If you look at the summary calendars at the bottom of the default calendar page you will see that there are active links for days when there is something "on".

    One thing I did notice though was that there are supposed to be 101 birthdays for today (Saturday, 23rd August) whereas the front page shows none.

    Cheers,

    Johnno
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    Hey Johnno.

    I spotted the events also. But prior to the upgrade that happened the Security Events was on a Custom Page.
    it had the dates times etc on the left, and on the right it had the name of the Event with a small description.

    If you click the "Top Links":
    http://antionline.com/toplist.php?s=$session[sessionhash]

    It was a custom page like that, but it was setup with tables, the info displayed that way.

    since the upgrade the Security Events made there way to be imported into the Calendar.
    Thus the calendar now displays Birthday's and Security Events.

    And yes the calendar does seem to be displaying some strange things.

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