Tyler, your data is protected by a shared account, correct? You'll be
unable to track or control changes to your data unless you can control
the credentials protecting that data.
Unfortunately, there's not very much ETS can do to help you in this
regard. Access will appear to come from rlweb. If you are the
authorized owner of this account, you might think about changing the
On 11/23/09 2:48 PM, Tyler Whitney wrote:
> I've got a weird and semi-concerning issue going on here... something
> (or someone) is changing the code on my department website. I've been
> asked to create a Census 2010 information page for Residential Life. I
> did so at http://reslife.uvm.edu/census2010 ... okay, thats fine. Now,
> I've been asked to link to it from different pages... first
> http://reslife.uvm.edu homepage, which worked fine. Then
> http://reslife.uvm.edu/ira which worked fine. Finally, to help the folks
> over at OSCR at http://www.uvm.edu/~stdcmrel/ ... which was all fine.
> Next thing I know, I received an email from the folks who manage the
> website over at OSCR stating the census icon next to the link I created
> is gone. I go back into the code, and I noticed that what I had
> originally type (<img
> src='http://reslife.uvm.edu/census2010/images/small-logo.gif'>) had been
> changed by something or someone to (<img
> src='../census2010/images/small-logo.png'>) ... I did not make this
> change, and the web folks over there say the changed wasn't made on
> their end. I was very confused, but put it aside because it was Friday.
> I thought perhaps the web software they use automatically did it.
> So all has been well until this afternoon when doing other miscellaneous
> web updates I notice the icon on the ResLife homepage is missing. I go
> into the code to find the SAME EXACT CHANGE. Unfortunately,
> whatever/whoever is doing this does not realize that the link will not
> work like that. My guess is this is something software related? Its
> certainly not my web software (Dreamweaver) as I have hundreds of other
> links like that that are never magically changed. On top of that, I
> haven't edited default.php at all today, which is the homepage. It
> hasn't even been opened.
> Does anybody have the slightest clue as to why this is happening? Its a
> little frustrating/concerning. Any help would be very much appreciated.