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This should be fixed now.

I get this when I start at the Celiac .com main page and choose forum

Sorry, we couldn't find that!

[#404]

Sorry, we could not locate the page you are requesting to view. Please click here to return to the community index

Need Help?

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I get this when I start at the Celiac .com main page and choose forum

Sorry, we couldn't find that!

[#404]

Sorry, we could not locate the page you are requesting to view. Please click here to return to the community index

Need Help?

Yep....I'm still getting this error message as well on laptop -- I can bypass by clicking other links like PM or New Content, then using the link back to the main forum page -- but others may not be able to get past that message.

I have reset and cleared everything twice in both firefox and chrome -- no change to the above message.

Mobile version still going strong - no glitches thus far.

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I get this when I start at the Celiac .com main page and choose forum

Sorry, we couldn't find that!

[#404]

Sorry, we could not locate the page you are requesting to view. Please click here to return to the community index

Need Help?

Hi Scott-

So when you click on the link to the forum from the main Celiac.com web page -- it directs to this address:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/?/Forum.html'>http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/?/Forum.html

INSTEAD of this correct address:

http://www.celiac.com/gluten-free/

Hope that makes it easier to fix.

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Hello again

I am now able to log in on my PC following a password meltdown (I can't read the wiggly blurry words!!!) but I can no longer log in from my cell phone. I am also unable to switch between the mobile version and the full version on my cell.

Any help appreciated!

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Hi CMw

Not sure about the log in problem - for switching to mobile version there is a tiny link on the bottom left of your screen - if is not there on main page try looking from another page like the dinner chat.

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Took me 2 days to get back on. DNS flush and cache clear didnt help. It just started working again on its own

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Still not receiving notifications on posts I am following. I marked them as read. Am I still missing something?

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Hi, I can log in from my mobile now, didn't do anything different, it just came back. Hooray!

I still can't get to the full site from my mobile, I am hitting the full version button at the bottom of the screen, but it just comes back to the mobile site.

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