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  # 913975 12-Oct-2013 08:29
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gundar:
mattwnz:
Inphinity: Changing host is unlikely to resolve a javascript issue.


Maybe if that is what the issue is, but at least they will be able to get support, and the host can tell them what the problem is, rather than to go onto a forum. Most hosts will have a control panel, where they can contact the host through, so it doesn't need to go through the owner of the account.


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Even if the host knows nothing about the programming language, a provider that values the business and tries to help goes a long way.


I think you will find most cheap providers will simply say "sorry we don't support it". It does look like a development problem, not a platform problem.






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  # 913978 12-Oct-2013 08:56
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You say you changed nothing recently, did you do anythng?? Maybe add more photos? Change the scripts?

 
 
 
 




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  # 914018 12-Oct-2013 11:25
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Hi Guys
Problem SOLVED :) it was the duplication of vlbdata1.js as picked up by Inphinity :)

Phew - Thats sorted - thankfully I dont need to rebuild all these galleries - will still look at shifting away from Telecom, but at least now its not a time pressure issue and can spend more time looking for a decent host :)


Thanks Inphinity - and to others for assisting me on this :)

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