New Sheet Music

Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by chrisjohnston, Mar 4, 2009.

  1. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

  2. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    Many corporates use programmes like "Websense" to filer out websites they don't want staff to access.

    The link above is classified by Websense as a "Malicious Web Site". You might want to look into that!
  3. brasscrest

    brasscrest Active Member

    I think it's the "" domain that the blocking software is picking up (at my company we're using a blocking service called Barracuda, and it's blocking everything under that domain).

    You might want to consider registering a real domain name, particularly if you're trying to sell things. A lot of people are reluctant to buy from concerns that do not have their own domains.
  4. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

    Hi Many thanks.
    However it is not a malicious web site.


  5. chrisjohnston

    chrisjohnston Member

  6. HBB

    HBB Active Member

    £60 is rather a lot of dosh for a 3minute piece!
  7. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    That's as maybe but you saying that isn't going to change the way these applications work.
  8. andywooler

    andywooler Supporting Member

    ps: the sound file doesn't play on my system - which is bulk standard Win XP. I had to download to the PC and then play it. Plus, is the identity of the composer a secret? He/she doesn't seem to be mentioned.
    Can't say it did anything for me I'm afraid and have to agree on the price comment HBB made. If I am going to spend £60 I would expect a chart that has more to it musically than this. My opinion of course.
  9. alks

    alks Member

    Your webspace is still freewebs because you are using framed web forwarding for your helius domain name.
    I would expect any business who are serious to be using a full hosting account (only about £40 upwards). Using web forwarding is ok for simple sites (personal etc) but it can harm your SEO ranking and also adds needless frames to your site.