So, this is the site that I use for my online web classes. I specifically linked the directory for my Web Animation course project.
I can no longer access the ticket, but my entire site was suspended due to “proxy scripts.”
After asking for clarification on what part of the site was using the scripts (since I don’t even really know what proxy scripts are, this is for a Web Animation class), my site was reinstated, but with my two HTML files in this folder gone. (Which is okay for now, since I have everything offline.)
They were deleted because they contained the phrase “PROXYFLANS.”
Here’s the thing.
“PROXYFLANS” (formatted in all caps, no space) is my game/novel series. I chose to do my final project with that as the theme, as I’ve been meaning to create a site for it but didn’t have the motivation.
So the instances of “PROXYFLANS” in the HTML files were in the tags (to appear in the browser’s tab) and the footer (copyright section).
I’m too far into the course project to change my theme. (It’s due next week.) I’m also definitely not changing my branding. (The game/novel itself is “The Magical Girl in PROXY.”)
My intent was to start (and possibly finish) the site for my class, then get a domain and host it here on Infinity Free for my game’s actual site. But if the site’s just going to get suspended for a word, how can I?
Is this just a fluke? Or does the system automatically remove anything with the word “proxy” in it and suspend the site it’s on?