<img src="http://www.argonet.co.uk/cgi-bin/counttest.bm?code=xxx">is an absolute address
<img src="/cgi-bin/counttest.bm?code=xxx">is a relative address.
To convert from absolute to relative addresses simply remove the "http://www.argonet.co.uk" from the front of your web counter address.
Please note that Richard Goodwin's CounterMaker has been updated to take this into account.
Anyone using the address http://box.argonet.co.uk/ should change this to http://www.argonet.co.uk/
The new groups are:
We recommend all users subscribe to argonet.announce as this is the newsgroup for official ArgoNet announcements.
If you want to set up a PC to fetch news, then take a look at the PC FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).
Dialup Connection Upgrades
UUNet Pipex, our backbone provider, are currently upgrading the connection
system and unfortunately this has caused a few unanticipated problems
recently. The new system is designed to improve connection speeds,
introduce x2, K56flex and the potential for dialup ISDN, and Global Roaming.
Acorn Browser Test
A recent posting to argonet.announce gave details of the beta test of the new Acorn
browser. Full details can be found on the web site.
When new versions of the browser are released, these will be uploaded to the
Frequently Asked Questions
There are three excellent FAQ sites, maintained by Richard Foster.
For Acorn users
For PC users
For Mac users an FAQ site is under development.
The question being asked the most frequently at the moment is:
On an Acorn, to use this type of file a program called !SparkPlug is available from the FTP site. This is a basic program which, when run, installs a copy of !SparkPlug on to your computer.