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Re: How to bone-out a deer tutorial with pictures
« Reply #90 on: June 16, 2021, 01:07:29 PM »
This would be a lot better if the pictures all actually loaded up. Whatever server hosting provider is used for Hunting-Washington ain't got enough juice to load all this stuff up at once. Would be better in an imgur album or something along those lines that will actually return all image results at once... I had the misfortune of trying to load this up when processing my deer last october; this was not helpful with the technical issues that exist in failing to render images.

Oh and here's an example of what I mean from a technical standpoint, http 403 errors if you click photo links from the thread trying to learn more.  https://imgur.com/a/Yag5rZi

I guess whatever software was used to implement this forum looks at http requests that are timed too closely as a DDOS threat or something; really frustrating user experience. But i guess you get what you pay for LOL

It's pretty easy to criticize!
I own the forum and I am the one who pays the bills, from what I've been able to figure out the main problem is not with the server, the issue is when too many photos are posted on one page, such as the first page of posts in this topic. We have learned that one or two photos per post seems to resolve the problem of your device being able to load the page! I'm sorry for your frustration but don't see how your criticism is beneficial. I'll try to resolve the issue for future topics by reducing the number of photos that can be attached to each post.

Pointing out the 403 errors is beneficial information... I'm tryin to help make this a better site, I like it here! What I lack in hunting skills and outdoorsmanship I make up for by being a nerd! Has anyone mentioned it in this technical of a manner before? Like do you have a sysadmin that works on this site in a technical capacity that can look at this? Or did you implement this install of SimplePortal on some random hosting and BearPaw is the big boss? If so, check this out -> https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=560194.0 may have beneficial information on resolving this error...

When viewing page 1 of this thread, please see the errors returned in your web browser's developer console (if on a desktop browser, hit F12) to see the plethora of 403 errors returned by the first page of this thread.

That is why these images ain't loading. I only do web application development for a living, been in the software industry 15 years now. I'll PM you my linkedin if you want to see, sorry to be a nerd in a not so nerd friendly forum.

Is the back-end all php? I do asp.net so this ain't exactly my baileywick but I may be able to help you figure out why this site rejects image GETs with a 403 after the first so many are loaded. That simplemachines link I referenced is an effort in that direction. In fact, the whole dang site freezes up with 403 errors if you try doing things too fast. :(

Error images from my browser's developer console in chrome browser running on win10 OS:
https://imgur.com/a/n4nPEip

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Re: How to bone-out a deer tutorial with pictures
« Reply #91 on: June 16, 2021, 01:21:00 PM »
This would be a lot better if the pictures all actually loaded up. Whatever server hosting provider is used for Hunting-Washington ain't got enough juice to load all this stuff up at once. Would be better in an imgur album or something along those lines that will actually return all image results at once... I had the misfortune of trying to load this up when processing my deer last october; this was not helpful with the technical issues that exist in failing to render images.

Oh and here's an example of what I mean from a technical standpoint, http 403 errors if you click photo links from the thread trying to learn more.  https://imgur.com/a/Yag5rZi

I guess whatever software was used to implement this forum looks at http requests that are timed too closely as a DDOS threat or something; really frustrating user experience. But i guess you get what you pay for LOL

It's pretty easy to criticize!
I own the forum and I am the one who pays the bills, from what I've been able to figure out the main problem is not with the server, the issue is when too many photos are posted on one page, such as the first page of posts in this topic. We have learned that one or two photos per post seems to resolve the problem of your device being able to load the page! I'm sorry for your frustration but don't see how your criticism is beneficial. I'll try to resolve the issue for future topics by reducing the number of photos that can be attached to each post.

Pointing out the 403 errors is beneficial information... I'm tryin to help make this a better site, I like it here! What I lack in hunting skills and outdoorsmanship I make up for by being a nerd! Has anyone mentioned it in this technical of a manner before? Like do you have a sysadmin that works on this site in a technical capacity that can look at this? Or did you implement this install of SimplePortal on some random hosting and BearPaw is the big boss? If so, check this out -> https://www.simplemachines.org/community/index.php?topic=560194.0 may have beneficial information on resolving this error...

When viewing page 1 of this thread, please see the errors returned in your web browser's developer console (if on a desktop browser, hit F12) to see the plethora of 403 errors returned by the first page of this thread.

That is why these images ain't loading. I only do web application development for a living, been in the software industry 15 years now. I'll PM you my linkedin if you want to see, sorry to be a nerd in a not so nerd friendly forum.

Is the back-end all php? I do asp.net so this ain't exactly my baileywick but I may be able to help you figure out why this site rejects image GETs with a 403 after the first so many are loaded. That simplemachines link I referenced is an effort in that direction. In fact, the whole dang site freezes up with 403 errors if you try doing things too fast. :(

Error images from my browser's developer console in chrome browser running on win10 OS:
https://imgur.com/a/n4nPEip

I'll send you a message with more details.
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