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  • Can I find old versions of a website?
  • Premier Icon Cougar
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    Google the site and select the cached page.

    You might struggle with dynamic pages, though.

    sc-xc
    Member

    How old is the child that is going? I have got my lad into loads of gigs, from the age of around 9 upwards.

    Small/mid size venues like the academy, civic, fleece etc

    What is printed on the actual ticket? Half the time the door staff don’t bat an eyelid.

    What is the venue/gig?

    Premier Icon Dogsby
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    rubberjohnny,

    You are blooming marvellous and a true testament to the power of STW! I have found the said T&Cs and there is no mention of a lower age limit.

    Is there any way of saving a copy of the page or do I need to just screen shot it?

    Dogsby

    Premier Icon Tiboy
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    that website is admissible in US court for patent disputes, so you should be ok to just print it out, won’t be going anywhere..

    Premier Icon Dogsby
    Subscriber

    Hi All,

    I have ordered some tickets for a concert and although I thoroughly checked the website at the time of purchase and could only find the info that under 18s should be accompanied by an adult, it now appears that the lower age limit is 13. It is now clearly on the front page and in the T&Cs that under 13s are not allowed.

    If they have changed the website or the T&Cs is there any way of accessing an old version?

    Many thanks

    Dogsby

    Premier Icon bearnecessities
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    I believe file > save as > webpage, should work.

    CountZero
    Member

    I’d save it, as bearnecessities says, but I’d also do a screengrab, and, just to make sure, save as a .pdf, which you should find as an option under print > .print as > .pdf.

    The good old days…

    http://web.archive.org/web/20040707232444/http://www.singletrackworld.com/forum/list.php?f=2&menu=14

    I have even found one of my old posts from 2007 hidden away under my old user name before the “great crash”. 😀

    flip
    Member

    Dogsby has the best forum name ever.

    I love the shiny show!

    Premier Icon Dogsby
    Subscriber

    flip,

    Many thanks, my boys loved the Shiny Show. Actually my first choice was Tiggs but someone had it already way back then!

    Dogsby

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