Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Any technical communicants?

Dearly beloved...

His Grace is having a technical problem with his banner.

As many of you noticed last week, he has become so popular that he exceeded his bandwidth limit.

Accordingly, he switched to a limitless host, which hitherto has been working just fine.

Now, however, the demons have returned. The image is still correctly uploaded, but on IE and Forefox it does not display. Some readers and communicants may get the message 'Stack overflow at line:0', whatever that means.

Is there an awfully kind communicant who may care to enlighten His Grace's ashes because he is getting a little urinated afar by matters technical.

Bless you.


Blogger Roger Pearse said...

Looks OK to me on IE8

28 July 2009 at 19:08  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

So it is a problem with His Grace's PC?

This urinates him even further afar.

28 July 2009 at 19:11  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

And before any 'IT Helpdesk' types ask him if he has rebooted, he has.

It was the first thing he tried.

28 July 2009 at 19:12  
Blogger Rebel Saint said...

OK on mine too - Firefox 3.0.12 (though was getting the bandwidth exceeded last week)

28 July 2009 at 19:22  
Blogger Sue said...

It's fine on chrome.

28 July 2009 at 19:23  
Anonymous Orwellian Prophet said...

Your Grace,

I think its a Javascript error. Will try and find out exactly what and post a solution in non-gobbledegook terms if I can.

28 July 2009 at 19:24  
Anonymous Peter said...

The issue is with the location of the banner image.

You neeed to relocate the file:


to another location. Currently the server is no allowing the page to show this image due to restictive server pemisions.

28 July 2009 at 19:36  
Blogger Gnostic said...

I'm on Firefox and see the banner fine too, Your Grace. Try clearing your cache and see if that works. Or what Peter said.

Good luck. :0)

28 July 2009 at 19:47  
OpenID jobtwenteewun1to3 said...

I am on Firefox and the banner looks resplendent to me...

28 July 2009 at 19:51  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mrs Gnostic,

His Grace is loath to clear his cache because all his passwords and automated links vanish.

Mr Peter,

The location?

How can there be a problem with the location if some readers and communicants can see it? He has checked his new IMG account, and there are no restrictive permissions.

Mr Orwellian Prophet,

His Grace is most appeciative of your efforts.

He is, however, urinated way beyond the outer perimeter.

28 July 2009 at 19:54  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The banner is still on your old server (imgboot.com/images/Cranmer/cranmerbannerround.jpg)

Move it to your new one.
Its nothing to do with what browser you use

28 July 2009 at 20:04  
Anonymous Peter said...

Imageboot is not allowing you to view the image from that location. It's returning the error code 403 which means 'no permission to access'. I suspect those seeing the header are seeing the Cached version from their browser or more likely via a proxy Cache as used by many ISP's.

Trust me - you need to relocate that image!

28 July 2009 at 20:15  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

IMGboot is His Grace's new server.

Limitless bandwidth, you see.

28 July 2009 at 20:16  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...


28 July 2009 at 20:18  
Anonymous Old Grumpy said...

The banner is definitely most missing on Firefox...sorry about that, your Grace, hope someone clever can suggest a simple solution

28 July 2009 at 20:23  
Anonymous Peter said...

Just opened a test account to help you. It seems IMGboot is having trouble with permissions for any and all images hosted on its servers.

Locate your image elsewhere, unless you dont mind waiting for IMGboot to fix this problem.

28 July 2009 at 20:29  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...


Can any blessed communicants recommend a congenial, reliable, unlimited-bandwidth hosting site?

28 July 2009 at 20:35  
Blogger NameHere said...

You should stay with your original host, then set up an account with SimpleCDN.com. Set-up a mirror bucket, it will allow you to mirror any files on your original host there. People will load your banner from there, and they will only request it from your limited-host every week (if you set it up correctly).

I'm sure the Bible says something about things being too good to be true, well I suspect they were referring to website hosts with no limits ... avoid at all costs.

28 July 2009 at 20:59  
Blogger Gnostic said...

Hmmmm, the banner is now being shy, Your Grace.


28 July 2009 at 21:16  
Blogger Johnny Rottenborough said...

No banner on  Mac with Safari 4.

28 July 2009 at 21:25  
Anonymous Orwellian Prophet said...

The banners are disappearing as they drop out of cache memory.

Not sure Your Grace but there are possibly two problems.
Your Banner is not loading probably due to an issue at imgboot.com but the stack overflow message only appears on screen after failure to load your little cluster map.
1 item remaining (downloading picture) http://www.meetomatic.com/images/clustrmaps-back-soon.jpg

I do not have a solution to the latter but offer this suggestion. Stack overflow is unlikely to do with images but it could be to do with code that handles the images (eg a preloader)

It would be helpful if others could confirm that the little cluster map is not appearing when they view the web page.

I do hope I am not generating more heat than light.

28 July 2009 at 21:44  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

I use BizHat for my blog images. Its fine for this, but it has a lot of adds when you send people there to view images, but for blog purposes this is not an issue. Dont know if it has any bandwidth though. One way to find out is to give it a blast.


28 July 2009 at 21:59  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

This copuld sound a tad patronising, but with regards to deleting your cache, I can recommend a user friendly programme that washes out crap from your computer, and it has setting that are very basic to navigate that allow you to leave your passwords in place. Very simple to use and totally free of any spam or viruses. I have used it for years.


28 July 2009 at 22:05  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...


Make sure you download the "wash n go", and not the regisrty cleaner above it.

28 July 2009 at 22:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have loaded it wrong. In Bizhat, where it says image link, only include the http://blablablah.dittoditti.gif

Put that between the brackets

28 July 2009 at 22:19  
Anonymous Guess who said...

I have loaded two screen shots at the link below. One shows the BizHat links of a uploaded file, with the piece of file highlighted tha you need. The other screen shot is of a blogger HTML edit with an example of how it goes in, also highlighted.


28 July 2009 at 22:32  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

His Grace cannot tell you how severely urinated to kingdom come he is at this present moment.

Does anyone know what brackets he must surround the bizhat link with in html?

28 July 2009 at 22:33  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

weirdness. I am going to examine your source code.

28 July 2009 at 22:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

( ) not {} or [ ]

28 July 2009 at 22:42  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

The code His Grace has entered on his template is as it appears...

() is deployed.

28 July 2009 at 22:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have put a screen shot of your source code. Your link seems to just be slap bang with no perameters, like mine below it.....have you deleted some code somewhere. if so you will need to upload your template file but make sure you have a copy of all your widget info. All posts are retained so long as you up load the file.


28 July 2009 at 22:51  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I keep a blog and call it test blog, simply to reload my template for examination purposes, to make comparisons when things go pear-shaped.

28 July 2009 at 22:54  
Blogger haddock said...

I see no banner but a simple line of text thus,


using firefox 3.5.1

28 July 2009 at 22:55  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr McKenzie,

All His Grace deleted was the image link to the previous hosting company.

He dispensed with all the other gubbins years ago, and the banner has always been perfectly visible.

He wishes he had never started this, and is inclined to return to the ether.

28 July 2009 at 22:55  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are using Minima Black. I will make comparisons and report back.

28 July 2009 at 23:06  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Tum tee tum...

28 July 2009 at 23:07  
Blogger Gerv said...

Your Grace,

Currently, what I am seeing is the CSS code for inserting the banner, rather than the banner itself. If the following lines of code look familiar to you from something you've been doing recently:

background:url(http://s9.uploads.bizhat.com/7d9458f2/Cranmerbannerround.jpg) no-repeat center;

find them again and surround them with the following tags:

<style type="text/css">
[code here]

28 July 2009 at 23:17  
Blogger Gnostic said...

God is unavailable right now but if you leave your prayer after the tone I'll get back to you as soon as I can...


28 July 2009 at 23:20  
Blogger Gerv said...

The banner you have uploaded here:
is tiny. Is that intentional? If not, you need to upload the larger file over the top, or change the URL to that of the larger file.


28 July 2009 at 23:29  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Gerv,

It is progress!

His Grace has no idea why it is minuscule.

He is praying for a miracle...

28 July 2009 at 23:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your Grace I am no expert but if I cobble something up at any time I simply go to a previous restore point, you might like to try that if you know how, it has never let me down.

28 July 2009 at 23:33  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Alas and alack, His Grace has no restore point.

He is severely depressed.

He has not felt so low since 21st March 1556.

28 July 2009 at 23:34  
Blogger Gerv said...

Please don't follow the advice of Mr Anonymous. The problem is not with your computer, and returning to a restore point on it will not help in the slightest.

You need to find a local copy of the full banner in all its glory. Your web browser should be able to view images for you, if you don't have a more specialised tool, so you can see what size each file you have is.

Once you've found it, go to the upload interface of bizhat.com and upload that file in place of the current one.

Also, your HTML has a missing right angle bracket at the end of the "img" tag.


28 July 2009 at 23:37  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Gerv,

His Grace is not sure where to place the ]

It appears that Bizhat has shrunk it. The original is perfectly sized.

28 July 2009 at 23:41  
Blogger Gerv said...

The angle bracket is this one: ">".




I don't know why the image hosting service would have shrunk your banner. That seems very strange. Perhaps it's some sort of thumbnail function. Does it give you back only one URL to use for the image? Or are there multiple?


28 July 2009 at 23:49  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

There are multiple.

The above larger image is after uploading to Blogger.

28 July 2009 at 23:52  
Anonymous stedmancinques said...

Your Grace,

Take all that shall be brought upon thee: and in thy sorrow endure, and in thy humiliation keep patience.

Sirach 2:4

28 July 2009 at 23:56  
Anonymous no nonny said...

IE8 here showing mini-banner; Cranmer's Prayer; and moving into Auntie Joanna.

Will log off and add my own prayers!
[Computers don't speak English, it's no good shouting at them because they're too studid to care!!]

29 July 2009 at 00:01  
Anonymous nonny after all said...


29 July 2009 at 00:02  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


29 July 2009 at 00:03  
Blogger Roger Pearse said...

I suspect the reason some of us can see it is because the old version is still in *our* caches...

29 July 2009 at 00:04  
Anonymous Orwellian Prophet said...

Your Grace,

The minor problem of the cluster map not showing up has resolved itself and so the 'stack overflow at line 0' message has gone.

However everything in your right hand sidebar from 'Auntie Johanna Writes' has moved all the way down to the bottom of the web page.

29 July 2009 at 00:12  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Religion is there to fill the gaps when knowledge runs out. With more knowledge we can understand God better. But God's messengers can only explain God in the terms of the knowledge of the place and time that they live in.

However, the bye-laws of the place and time of messengers tend to get mixed up with the basic message, and churches add rituals to add to their power on earth. Messengers like Jesus, Paul, Mohammed, St Francis, Luther, Fox and others came to strip away the trimmings and to update the message.

It is now clear that God isn't a temperamental beardie sitting on a cloud throwing thunderbolts, but something much bigger than the universe, and we all have roles to play in it. For churches to stick to the knowledge held in places far away and long ago and to accept nothing new is self-defeating. Evolution is perfectly compatible with religion, but on the other hand, Atheism is just another religious theory.

Now that religions are no longer tied to particular localities, now is the time for religious leaders to get together , ascertain the beliefs that they have in common, and to throw away the rituals and rules from far away and long ago that hold them apart. This may reduce the power on earth of leaders of individual churches, but the fact that they now agreed on basic principles and weren't squabbling about trivial details would make religion a lot more believable.

Sorry to be off topic.

I thought this was so good, I shamelessly cut and pasted it off of CIF.

May I add my own 2p's worth by stating that this particular way of looking at things is a MASONIC idea.

It is in reality the way in which high religion and our ruling class elites understand our common reality. They just don't bother telling US the profane.

Atlas shrugged

29 July 2009 at 00:16  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Go to bed.

29 July 2009 at 00:17  
Anonymous John Knox said...

Your Grace,
If your banner has an swf and html component,make sure to upload both.
Also make sure that the flash zone is enabled for that portion of the page.
Sleep tight,
John Knox

29 July 2009 at 00:40  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...


29 July 2009 at 00:46  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee;
blessed art thou amongst women,
and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God,
pray for us sinners now
and at the hour of our death.

29 July 2009 at 00:49  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Give me the grace, Good Lord

To set the world at naught. To set the mind firmly on You and not to hang upon the words of men's mouths.

To be content to be solitary. Not to long for worldly pleasures. Little by little utterly to cast off the world and rid my mind of all its business.

Not to long to hear of earthly things, but that the hearing of worldly fancies may be displeasing to me.

Gladly to be thinking of God, piteously to call for His help. To lean into the comfort of God. Busily to labor to love Him.

To know my own vileness and wretchedness. To humble myself under the mighty hand of God. To bewail my sins and, for the purging of them, patiently to suffer adversity.

Gladly to bear my purgatory here. To be joyful in tribulations. To walk the narrow way that leads to life.

To have the last thing in remembrance. To have ever before my eyes my death that is ever at hand. To make death no stranger to me. To foresee and consider the everlasting fire of Hell. To pray for pardon before the judge comes.

To have continually in mind the passion that Christ suffered for me. For His benefits unceasingly to give Him thanks.

To buy the time again that I have lost. To abstain from vain conversations. To shun foolish mirth and gladness. To cut off unnecessary recreations.

Of worldly substance, friends, liberty, life and all, to set the loss at naught, for the winning of Christ.

To think my worst enemies my best friends, for the brethren of Joseph could never have done him so much good with their love and favor as they did him with their malice and hatred.

These minds are more to be desired of every man than all the treasures of all the princes and kings, Christian and heathen, were it gathered and laid together all in one heap.


29 July 2009 at 00:50  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Thomas More, counsellor of law and statesman of integrity, merry martyr and most human of saints:

Pray that, for the glory of God and in the pursuit of His justice, I may be trustworthy with confidences, keen in study, accurate in analysis, correct in conclusion, able in argument, loyal to clients, honest with all, courteous to adversaries, ever attentive to conscience. Sit with me at my desk and listen with me to my clients' tales. Read with me in my library and stand always beside me so that today I shall not, to win a point, lose my soul.

Pray that my family may find in me what yours found in you: friendship and courage, cheerfulness and charity, diligence in duties, counsel in adversity, patience in pain—their good servant, and God's first.


29 July 2009 at 00:52  
Anonymous not a machine said...

prayers work your grace .

I have some spare vellum and a goose quill which your grace may considering he misses at this testing time for him .

may you be slow to anger .

29 July 2009 at 02:38  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Your Grace It would appear that Mr Gerv's advice wasn't any better than my restore point thingy, and a heck of a lot more complex, I am a believer in keeping things simple, still not to worry.

Would it not be prudent to call on the assistance of a web page designer to sort your problem out, trouble is that comes at a price.

Forgive my anonymity, I havn't yet got to grips with creating an identity.

I pray that your venerable likeness is soon restored.

May your God go with you.

29 July 2009 at 07:59  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why not do it like this?


29 July 2009 at 09:44  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

His Grace is unable to post on any matter further until this issue be fixed.

29 July 2009 at 10:02  
Anonymous Simon K said...

Having been away for a few days and looked this morning, it is missing.

I believe, in the HTML, the image source is wrong. Currently, you have a line like this in your web page

<a href="http://www.archbishop-cranmer.blogspot.com/"><img border="0" title="His Grace re-loaded" src="http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=5b7145becd43928cc79b87b207592a1ce04e75f6e8ebb871" align="middle"></a>

The section referring to http://mediafire.com?sharekey=5b7....

is incorrect.

I think it should read


Try that and let us know.

29 July 2009 at 10:03  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck I have added a post on that test site....if you want it removed just say so.

29 July 2009 at 10:04  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoorah Your Worship....it is back.

I shall remove the test site immediately.

29 July 2009 at 10:13  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...


Thank you Mr Bartleet, though His Grace ha no idea why it so straightforward this morning.

But the banner appears shifted to the left in Firefox, but centre in IE7.

Do you know what HTML to add to centre the image?

29 July 2009 at 10:19  
Anonymous Anabaptist said...

Crannie, I have never had any difficulty with seeing your banner, your posts or your readers' comments, in all their glory. I don't know what any of this is about. My cache has been very recently cleared and I still see your banner. I use Avant Browser, and always download the latest versions.

29 July 2009 at 10:24  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Anabaptist,

You must be charismatic.

His Grace's ashes were driven to despair over this. The banner is now apparently (bizarrely) restored, but not centred. He is awaiting Mr Bartlet's genius.

29 July 2009 at 10:26  
Anonymous Simon K said...

It is restored, but the image is now comming from blogspot again, so presumably this won't help with bandwidth issues ?

Of course, most browsers will cache the image after downloading once, so that should not be too big a drain on resources.

29 July 2009 at 10:30  
Blogger Gerv said...

The easiest way to centre it is to surround it with <center></center> tags (note American spelling). I will spare your Grace an explanation of the CSS-based way to do it ;-)


29 July 2009 at 10:32  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Gerv,

You are a blessing.

It is now centred in all browsers.

Now then... Mr Bartlet has the source as blogspot. Are there bandwidth implications?

29 July 2009 at 10:38  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

Sorry Your Grace, I have been breakfasting. It seems all has been restored. If you have now hosted your image at blogspot, there should in reality be no bandwidth problems for you. I have a notion what you have done and will leave everything in its place for you.

29 July 2009 at 10:59  
Anonymous Old Grumpy said...

Your Grace - I can also confirm that the banner is most wonderfully present and centred now (on Firefox, at least)

PS A previous communicant has drawn your attention to the seemingly unrandom word verification tags being offered. The one just now is "cotus".....which is beginning to sound suspicious. And not the first time, either!

29 July 2009 at 11:00  
Blogger Jim Bartlet said...

Your Grace,

I am going to email you with the downlaod link at BizHat so you can download yourself a copy of the image I used, with explanations. I need to explain something.

29 July 2009 at 11:08  
Anonymous Simon K said...

Jim said

Sorry Your Grace, I have been breakfasting. It seems all has been restored. If you have now hosted your image at blogspot, there should in reality be no bandwidth problems for you. I have a notion what you have done and will leave everything in its place for you.

Was it not blogspot where the bandwidth was exceeded then ? I presumed that that was why mediafire was being used to host the banner on the page where it had disappeared, which was in fact due the HTML img tag being wrong.

29 July 2009 at 11:08  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Simon K,

No, the bandwidth issue was not blogspot. It was filed with myNetImages.com.

They had been fine until His Grace approached 80,000 monthly visitors.

29 July 2009 at 11:12  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Bartlet,

His Grace awaits your email, and thanks you.

29 July 2009 at 11:13  
Anonymous stedmancinques said...

Your Grace,
Thus saith the LORD; Refrain thy voice from weeping, and thine eyes from tears: for thy work shall be rewarded, saith the LORD

Jer 3, 16

29 July 2009 at 11:55  
Blogger Beware of Geeks bearing GIFs said...

You rang, your Grace?

Oh curses, far too late...

29 July 2009 at 12:09  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Mr Beware of Geeks bearing GIFs,

His Grace would have given his right burnt stump for your presence last night.

All appears to be resolved.

For now...

29 July 2009 at 12:14  
Blogger Beware of Geeks bearing GIFs said...

I'm sorry Your Grace, I confess my sin: I was worshipping the false god Dionysus last night.

A revengeful god it appears...

29 July 2009 at 12:18  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

There were times His Grace was sorely tempted to join you.

29 July 2009 at 12:48  
Anonymous sydneysider said...

I had that stack warning sign but
everthing fine today.I thought it
was a terrorist attack warning as
Oz is on terrorist alert because
the jockeyclub islamia or something that sounds like that wants to give us a bit of heave ho.
Cloying congratulations for your increased popularity Your Grace.
Any clues why?

29 July 2009 at 15:52  
Blogger Archbishop Cranmer said...

Alas, not the foggiest idea.

29 July 2009 at 20:02  

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