About Gaylon
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422 followers Joined February 2016
I am Gaylon Avery. I have forever wanted to have my own business. When the internet marketing bubble began I saw this as an opportunity

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I have been trying to log in to FaceBook but with each try I get this message:

Your Computer Needs to Be Cleaned
It looks like your computer is being affected by malw

I just ignore stuff like that sounds to me like they are trying to get you to buy a product

If you use Firefox you will get this message. But if you post using Regular! Windows 10 it will work...This is a Facebook tactic to get you to download there Antivirus software..When Post anything on Facebook I just use my window 10 not Firefox

Hi Anthony, My OS is windows 10 and MS Edge is my browser. Thanks! ~Gaylon

This all sounds like some kind of redirecting spyware on your computer Gaylon, I have never heard of this issue on FB.

Hey buddy good to see you. Doing OK? That's really not what I wanted to hear, but now what to do?

Hmm well I'm not an expert in this field. Normally I do a system restore but I don't think that's recommended. Try to ask one of the members here through a basic question, you're bound to get a solution.

No issue with my Facebook login or account that I can find presently.
Tom

Did this just start today? I havent' had that happen but I haven't been in facebook today and I think I will stay out of it until whatever this is gets taken care of. Thanks for the warnings!

Hi Bj, good to have you drop by and comment. No I started working on this 2 days ago but with all the distractions I pushed it into today so I could work on it uninterrupted. Been a pain. Staying out is what I should have done. I hadn't used fb for a couple years. So I thought I'd give it a shot. Thanks. L8r ~Gaylon

Yes, and I closed my account. I don't know what's going on, but I closed my account down. Because this is not the first time it did this. The first time, I logged off and waited and logged back on and everything was fine. But the next time it shut my computer down. I have been having problems with Facebook.

Thanks for the speedy reply Kelly, I had considered that, But didn't want to lose my work. Hmmmm, another discussion. :) ~Gaylon

Are you using Windows 10? And Windows Edge as your browser?

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Anyone having this problem with f-secure online scanner?

Anyone having this problem with f-secure online scanner?

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Social Engagement & Marketing
Updated

I have been trying to log in to FaceBook but with each try I get this message:

Your Computer Needs to Be Cleaned
It looks like your computer is being affected by malw

I just ignore stuff like that sounds to me like they are trying to get you to buy a product

If you use Firefox you will get this message. But if you post using Regular! Windows 10 it will work...This is a Facebook tactic to get you to download there Antivirus software..When Post anything on Facebook I just use my window 10 not Firefox

Hi Anthony, My OS is windows 10 and MS Edge is my browser. Thanks! ~Gaylon

This all sounds like some kind of redirecting spyware on your computer Gaylon, I have never heard of this issue on FB.

Hey buddy good to see you. Doing OK? That's really not what I wanted to hear, but now what to do?

Hmm well I'm not an expert in this field. Normally I do a system restore but I don't think that's recommended. Try to ask one of the members here through a basic question, you're bound to get a solution.

No issue with my Facebook login or account that I can find presently.
Tom

Did this just start today? I havent' had that happen but I haven't been in facebook today and I think I will stay out of it until whatever this is gets taken care of. Thanks for the warnings!

Hi Bj, good to have you drop by and comment. No I started working on this 2 days ago but with all the distractions I pushed it into today so I could work on it uninterrupted. Been a pain. Staying out is what I should have done. I hadn't used fb for a couple years. So I thought I'd give it a shot. Thanks. L8r ~Gaylon

Yes, and I closed my account. I don't know what's going on, but I closed my account down. Because this is not the first time it did this. The first time, I logged off and waited and logged back on and everything was fine. But the next time it shut my computer down. I have been having problems with Facebook.

Thanks for the speedy reply Kelly, I had considered that, But didn't want to lose my work. Hmmmm, another discussion. :) ~Gaylon

Are you using Windows 10? And Windows Edge as your browser?

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Although many of my pages are responsive in nature, I thought a blog would make an excellent expansion. Your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks ~Gaylon

No. It is not normally hosted on a sub-domain unless you specifically set it up that way.

Agreed - you normally setup your own domain, and then it can be http://yourmain.com - as opposed to http://gaylon.siterubix.com - although you can do that if you want to.

Most websites however, are setup on their own root domains.

Cheers, Mark

Thanks, that helps clear things up. :) ~Gaylon

Happy to help out. :)

Mark, could it be http://blog.my domain.com and still on my domain not siterubix?

Hi - yes - the important part is the bit before the .com - that is the real domain.

Cheers, MArk

Thanks for helping me wrap my head around this. You are much appreciated! ~Gaylon

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When setting up a blog on an existing site is it normally hosted on a sub-domain?

When setting up a blog on an existing site is it normally hosted on a sub-domain?

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Website Development & Programming
Updated

Although many of my pages are responsive in nature, I thought a blog would make an excellent expansion. Your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks ~Gaylon

No. It is not normally hosted on a sub-domain unless you specifically set it up that way.

Agreed - you normally setup your own domain, and then it can be http://yourmain.com - as opposed to http://gaylon.siterubix.com - although you can do that if you want to.

Most websites however, are setup on their own root domains.

Cheers, Mark

Thanks, that helps clear things up. :) ~Gaylon

Happy to help out. :)

Mark, could it be http://blog.my domain.com and still on my domain not siterubix?

Hi - yes - the important part is the bit before the .com - that is the real domain.

Cheers, MArk

Thanks for helping me wrap my head around this. You are much appreciated! ~Gaylon

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