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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 01-08-2004, 10:50 AM Thread Starter
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Hey graphics people

Can someone make me a quick but cool looking baner for a test site I'm doing of rmy home owners association.

Shoudl say Wesmere Country Club.com somehow in there.

Colors should match this site roughly.

Dimensions should be 850x100

Thanks, this is just a test , but if I get to do this my way I will need someone to do a real banner for it, that might pay a few bucks.


Our site now looks cheezy and it buggin me.




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Give us the URL and some pics that can be blended into the ultimate graphic, that will be a good start

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the url is www.wesmerecountryclub.com

Dont laugh either I didnt build it, but I wanna get involved in it so it can look better.




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Give us the URL and some pics that can be blended into the ultimate graphic, that will be a good start
I was going to say the same thing. I was actually thinking about doing the same for our homeowners association but I'm not officially supposed to have a server on my Comcast home service.

Does anyone know how actively they enforce this? Are they actually only concerned about use of bandwidth? What is the criteria for flagging inappropriate usage?

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You wont be pulling enough bandwidth to alert them. and if it gets tot he point that you do from a huge user base, well then it will be worth it to go to a real server.




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Does anyone know how actively they enforce this? Are they actually only concerned about use of bandwidth? What is the criteria for flagging inappropriate usage?
my buddy was running a mailserver (20 emails a day) and a small http/ftp server for a handful of people. He had it up for less than week before they sent him nasty emails... probably a port scanner that found the services

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my buddy was running a mailserver (20 emails a day) and a small http/ftp server for a handful of people. He had it up for less than week before they sent him nasty emails... probably a port scanner that found the services
really? maybe I should try to check my given sbcglobal account. i'm running a small ftp/http server at home, mostly for personal file transfer.

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we decided it was the mailserver or http server because he had the FTP site (pw only) up for a few weeks before the mailserver was up. Actually - I think he has the FTP running again now...

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really? maybe I should try to check my given sbcglobal account. i'm running a small ftp/http server at home, mostly for personal file transfer.
I've got a http port open to my linux box that nobody has said anything about yet but it doesn't really get any use. An SMTP port could easily be used to bounce SPAM and they may watch for open mail ports. As long as I'm not causing security concerns on their network, I'm not sure why they should even care if I'm using the bandwidth I have paid for.

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I've got a http port open to my linux box that nobody has said anything about yet but it doesn't really get any use. An SMTP port could easily be used to bounce SPAM and they may watch for open mail ports. As long as I'm not causing security concerns on their network, I'm not sure why they should even care if I'm using the bandwidth I have paid for.
thats my thought as well. i'm not doing any "spamming" and the nature of dsl keeps me from using any more bandwidth than what I pay for.

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Nick, ever heard of PM's... oh well, we all hijack threads here and there... in the spirit of highjacking
Talk about thread jacking... have you read this thread in it's entirety? It started with a request for someone to make a banner... and now it's a "what can I host and still not get caught by my ISP" thread... you hypocrite!!

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