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Topic # 7286 4-Apr-2006 02:24
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Writing my first blog after three long torment months of CISCO CTC with a good pratical result. Spending 2 and a half hours typing in the space. Once click submit. It gave me a blank page like I never type anything in it.

Refresh on my blog page... see nothing there too...





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Reply # 32161 4-Apr-2006 07:48
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Ooops, sorry. The server imposes a 20 minutes timeout for all sessions. While it's transparent most of the times, it can be minimised if you have the automatic login set.

However, the rich editor controls do not save the information over sessions, like the standard controls, so you might have this problem. I suggest you prepare longer posts on Notepad and then copy and paste just for the final touches...





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Reply # 32171 4-Apr-2006 10:01
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Yeah it's annoying when this happens, faced it a couple of times using some other blogs, a good way to avoid this is just use an external text editor and then copy your post :-) I tend to forget to do this tho, but most of my posts arent too long these days.

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 32176 4-Apr-2006 12:14
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Yeah, I think I will do that next time. I have a theory test tomorrow, so the blog have to wait until the test is done.

Thanks for a quick respond, any how.




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Reply # 32182 4-Apr-2006 14:14
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What's the Cisco CTC? I searched for it on google and the 4th post that came up was this thread.

Do you mean the CCNA or something similar?

Good luck with it regardless, I've taken quite a few vendor exams in my time and they can be quite hard, especially the multiple choice ones.

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