- ... But that implies that you d have to do it for every image on your site and again later when they find the changed name, right? If that s the case is thereMessage 1 of 33 , Jul 31, 2007View SourceOn 7/31/2007 2:59 PM, Hans Nyberg rambled on about ...:
> --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, Keith Martin <keith@...> wrote:But that implies that you'd have to do it for every image on your site
>> Sometime around 31/7/07 (at 15:13 +0000) Hans Nyberg said:
>>> Already done it my way
>>> Check http://gearthpan.blogspot.com/
>>> Raadhuspladsen Copenhagen
>> Hans, I too would like to know how you do this! :-)
>> Is it a variation of Yuval's mod_rewrite script? Could someone post a
>> definite working example of this kind of code for other Apache users
>> to use?
> It's much simpler than a lot of codes.
> You make an image with your text, save it as a jpg and opens it in
> Then just save it as a mov with the name of the hijacked movie.
> Change the name of your original movie for your own page and
> substitute the hijacked
> one with your image movie.
and again later when they find the changed name, right? If that's the
case is there a way to do it for all images and pages on your site with
a single (whatever that means) bit of code on the server?
> HansPat Swovelin
Cool Guy @ Large
- Hans wrote I believe you got the same error as I got the second time iI tried them. I saw the Tokyo Tower on all the links but after reloading the site theyMessage 33 of 33 , Aug 1, 2007View SourceHans wrote I believe you got the same error as I got the second time
iI tried them.
I saw the Tokyo Tower on all the links but after reloading the site
they all returned again.
Just tried checking the site again and this time there is a 404 error
page. Hopefully that's the end of it.
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