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I want my site to be saved by web.archive.org? How do I achieve this?

Alright, I'm in a hurry right now so I'm gonna try to be specific as much as I can.

So I have my site set up and everything, it works fine and has a document on it of course, so I want it to be saved on the web.archive.org. When I input the URL and hit Save, it starts cycling from /?i=1 to 2, 3 and then redirects to Google Cookies? Is there a way for the team to disable the cookie checking for all of my three accounts, if that's not the problem?

Or is there a way to temporarily, just temporarily disable it with .htaccess?

Thanks :smile:

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  • Hello,
    Unfortunately infinityfree does not provide a solution for it.
    You can however save your website on archive.today,it is pretty much the same and InfinityFree works with it.

  • Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

  • > @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    > Alright, I'm in a hurry right now so I'm gonna try to be specific as much as I can.
    >
    > So I have my site set up and everything, it works fine and has a document on it of course, so I want it to be saved on the web.archive.org. When I input the URL and hit Save, it starts cycling from /?i=1 to 2, 3 and then redirects to Google Cookies? Is there a way for the team to disable the cookie checking for all of my three accounts, if that's not the problem?
    >
    > Or is there a way to temporarily, just temporarily disable it with .htaccess?
    >
    > Thanks :smile:

    It's just mandatory.
    You can check the full KB article here:
    https://infinityfree.net/support/what-is-the-i-1-suffix/
  • @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

  • edited May 7

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

  • @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    Does infinityfree Cookie policy is according to new EU privacy policy?

  • @Ranakhas said:

    @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    Does infinityfree Cookie policy is according to new EU privacy policy?

    No personal information is stored related to the cookie and we don't use the cookie to track people. So the cookie does not require opt-in under the current EU cookie law and is not affected by the upcoming GDPR.

  • edited May 8

    @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    I will have to disagree here,if you do not believe me you can contact iFastnet.

  • @ChrisPAR said:

    @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    I will have to disagree here,if you do not believe me you can contact iFastnet.

    Is it necessary to contact iFastNet just to ask that "How to Disable i=1 or i=2 and so on?" I'm using iFastNet premium Hosting with Cloudflare no Cookie Test like i-1 or i=2!

  • @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    No, I'm 100% sure this security system is not present on premium hosting. If you still saw the URL suffix, that means your website is hosted on free hosting, not premium hosting. Please contact iFastNet to verify your website is actually on their premium hosting.

  • @Ranakhas said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @UnknownLolz said:

    @ChrisPAR said:

    @Nurudin_Imsirovic said:
    Wow! Exactly what I needed man :smiley: Thanks a lot :heart:

    You are welcome,glad I could help.
    As @UnknownLolz mentioned this is just mandatory.
    If you reaaly want to disable it you must upgrade to Premium.

    No, even if you upgrade to premium it is still there,
    Even though my site is hosted by InfinityFree it has?i=1 sometimes it depends on your browser or website if it has cookie problem. If no ?i=1 then my website or browser has no cookie problem.

    I will have to disagree here,if you do not believe me you can contact iFastnet.

    Is it necessary to contact iFastNet just to ask that "How to Disable i=1 or i=2 and so on?" I'm using iFastNet premium Hosting with Cloudflare no Cookie Test like i-1 or i=2!

    I didn't say that,I just said that if he does not believe me he can contact iFastnet.
    Of course it is not neccesary and that's why they have created a KB!

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