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LALAEVIL - GET YOUR 500 POINTS

Posted on 2000-02-24
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I posted a question about caching web pages that you repsonded to.

If you submit another answer (just put anything) then I will give you the points!!
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by:caraf_g
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holgrave, if LALAEVIL commented on your question, you can accept the comment as an answer. Look at the "Title bar" of the comment, in there you'll find a hotlink to "accept comment as an answer".
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by:holgrave
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Thanks caraf_g,

LALAEVIL didn't post a comment, but an anwser.

It was an answer I rejected.......but seeing as no one else has come up with anything better I want to accept his answer.

I'm new to this so may be I went about it the wrong way......but I didn't seem to have any choice but to reject LALAEVIL's answer to unlock my question to give other people a chance to answer it.

The question was posted on 2/18.

If LALAEVIL doesn't come forward in a couple of days then the points are up for grabs!

holgrave.

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caraf_g earned 1 total points
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In that case you could post a question in Community Support (see link at bottom of page). Post the URL of the question, and ask them to accept the rejected answer after all.

PS - community support questions can be posted for 0 points.
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by:holgrave
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Thanks caraf_g, I'll do that.
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