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Incidents of Gospel Work

by Charles Stanley

Gee Soon said ...
Hello there, I truly appreciate your effort to make a list of brethren authored book but unfortunately most of the book cannot be view or downloaded as I click on the button it redirects me to the home page. Is there a problem here?
Thursday, Jan 2, 2020 : 10:03
Marty said ...
I have the same problem when using Internet Explorer, I can however download it in Chrome or Firefox.
Thursday, Jan 2, 2020 : 10:38
Tom said ...
I have a new version of the backend CMS I will upgrade to soon .. i'm hoping this will fix this bug.
Thursday, Jan 2, 2020 : 16:44
Martin Arhelger said ...
The link does not work. I use Fireforx (71.0) and also tried with chrome.
Friday, Jan 3, 2020 : 04:11
Marty said ...
I can still download it using Chrome. Hopefully the link will be repaired soon for all.
Friday, Jan 3, 2020 : 11:20
Tom said ...
The link is not broken; what is happening is that I have a very simple thing implemented for all PDF files which checks the HTTP Referer property to make sure the Request originates at the website. This is a very common thing on the web, mostly to stop "Hotlinking" but also for the purpose I am using it for which is to stop Google indexing the PDF files directly, so the links go to the website and not the PDF. What is happening in these instances though is that a second HTTP request is being made from the browser, immediately after the first but without the Referrer property set, which means it is directed to the Homepage instead. I have no idea what causes it; whether it is a problem with the server at my host company, or something to do with the CMS I have build the website upon. Even more so, I have no idea why it affects some items and not others, and some people more than others. It has happened to me very very occasionally too, but others seem to be affected more often. I am hoping upgrading to the new version of the CMS will fix it, though it is quite a major revision so I have to make a number of changes to the website before I can do this.

Friday, Jan 3, 2020 : 20:45
C Gribben said ...
Among many fascinating incidents, CS explains how Moody preached one of tracts throughout the US (pp. 53-54). Pulpit plagiarism is nothing new!
Monday, Mar 13, 2023 : 05:04

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