Thanks for your input, ANF.
The strange thing is that I edited that post for the last time on May 28. At the Alain Prost entry I changed a dead link for a valid one.
Everything was okay then.
Two days later I intended to insert some new entries (people born in 1955). That day I noticed that all the entries between January 28 and March 18 (which had been in perfect condition just two days earlier) were not visible anymore when I opened the window for editing.
I am totally sure that I did not change anything at the Ikura resp. O'Born entries.
So the mystery is, what happened between May 28 and May 30?
I would appreciate it if someone from the AUTOSPORT staff or the IT systems would care about this.
Did you use the same computer, same browser, same browser version?
The reason I am asking is because right now this modern way of editing pages has huge issues with different browsers. For example. You create a message with Firefox, and even on the same computer you later edit a message using Chrome, you might miss info, or even if everything appears to be fine, after editing in Chrome, later when you view the same page with Firefox again info might be missing. And then add the other browsers into the fold, and the problem compounds. Also since browsers like Chrome usually make silent updates, they might fix an issue, but if you edit then things might go wrong.These are bugs that drive developers (i do develop webpages, but not this one) nuts, because they are nearly impossible to track down, and even less so fixable, because these issues often originate in different browsers.
The problem is that these days certain browser vendors are doing exactly what they themselves condemned Microsoft for. Adding new features all the time (especially webkit based browsers) just to be ahead of everyone else. But they often break things, and any IT department can't use all their time to develop workarounds for every brain fart from browser developers.. Probably the scariest thing I've seen is with IOS6. Not in terms what it could do, but what it left out, and so people using that one are missing out.
Probably the best advice that I can give is: Create a message and don't ever edit it if you can. For yourself use the same browser, all the time if you can. Others might still have troubles viewing your stuff. So is life..
So when I post things I purposely steer clear from any formatting or inserting whatever, as chances grow exponentially that things go wrong.
In short: Web 2.0 locks fancy, but under the hood it sucks. The resaon is before there was only Microsoft and Netscape. Now there are a few players more, where everybody does what they think is best for them.