I just received this email 2 days ago. It takes me to a scuba diving site. Not logging on for the moment.
This is a notification to let you know that your Rockclimbing.com Classified Ad: Diablo 99 Will expire on: 2012-12-09
If you would like the ad to remain posted you will need to renew it before the expiry date. To renew your ad click on the link below, select the ad you wish To renew and click on the "Renew Ad" button.
The emails I am getting for the Ad Renewal Notification have three canned typos:
a) the first line refers to Rockclimbing.com Classified Ad: b) the URL for renewal shows http://www.divetime.com/cgi-bin/classifieds/modify.cgi c) the bottom most URL is http://www.divetime.com/classifieds/
Dec 3, 2012, 11:05 PM
Post #28 of 47
Are you still getting these wrong e-mail templates? (In the past 16 hours). I was aware that the problem existed over the weekend, but I worked on them yesterday morning and they should have been fixed then.
when we submit pics, our limit is 300KB per each pic. yet when we click on the thumbs from within the ad, the picture is downsized to a 300px X dim. It looks quite small, and seems wasteful. Can we up the pic size to say 640*x ?
Dec 5, 2012, 1:17 AM
Post #33 of 47
We're still working at getting this issue sorted, and the more information users who experience the issue provide us with, the quicker we can sort it out, since whenever we test with our own ads we don't encounter the error.
If you could please attach to this thread (or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org) a screen of the submission form once it's filled out, so we can see all the data that you've entered in to the ad before it's submitted. And if you are trying to submit a photo to the ad, can you please include that photo as well, so we can rule out file type conflicts.
This is very unusual, that information is displayed by a check which looks whether you're a paid user, and if you are - it displays the text. The check is simple and just looked for the "paid_status" field.
Problem being that while it sees everyone else correctly and issues the ad layout accordingly, for some reason it sees you as a paid member, even though you're not.
I did some testing with a simple yes/no query with the same result. I will look into why it could possibly be doing this.
Jan 17, 2013, 10:54 PM
Post #41 of 47
No, I included the reserve info about manufacturer, type, etc. I'm sorry I didn't notice that it "disappeared" from the attachment when I saved it. The info I included was as follows: Performance Designs, PD Reserve 176, 0 jumps, DOM 03/96, Serial # 11283.
Update: I just tried posting the ad again and this time it worked. Not sure if it was something you did but either way it seems fixed. Thanks.
Further update: Sorry but apparently the fact that it worked was a fluke. The ad is posted but I then realized I mistakenly entered 400 jumps when I intended to enter 0. When I tried to modify the ad I got the same error message as before.
(This post was edited by bfpfun on Jan 18, 2013, 8:36 AM)
Jan 20, 2013, 11:04 PM
Post #43 of 47
There is a noted bug (If you hover your mouse over the 'i' sign next to the jumps field when submitting an ad, it will ask that if the number of jumps is 0, that you leave it blank.
While we are currently in talks with the tech team about getting it resolved, currently when one enters the number 0 into the jumps field, it causes an error due to being unable to write the value into the database.
(This post was edited by Meso on Jan 20, 2013, 11:06 PM)
I went to modify my ad in Reserve Containers to change the jump count from 400 to zero by leaving the field blank as you said. Now when I click on the 'modify ad' the same 'Modify an Ad' page loads with a red message in a yellow box at the top that says: "Reserve DOM Year can not contain the value '1996 1996'".
In addition when the new page loads with the error message the jump count box shows 400 again.
Jan 22, 2013, 2:05 AM
Post #45 of 47