Up is upload from the server to the users. Down is from the user to the server. When you're at home, your upload is usually much slower than your download (they don't want consumers hosting their own servers).
Latex said:You gonna keep that Avatar rule? (no adult avatars) or are ya goin to do my idea?
Enable a feature for mature avatar and general avater (if folks have mature work on, the mature avatar will be seen, if they don't, the general will be seen)
BlackNexus said:Even if it is more secure, wont that cause some compatibility issues with Windows users?
Usually, the operating system of the server has nothing to do with the operating system of the users. For example, if a website is hosted on a Linux server, it doesn't matter what the user is running (Linux, Windows, Mac, Amiga, Solaris, BeOS,C-64) to be able to view it. The same for a Windows-based host. It's all up to the browser software to display it properly. That's why I can access Microsoft's site on my Linux box using Konqueror. There are ways to restrict access to a site by operating system or browser , but that would be seriously detrimental to the longevity of the FurAffinity (not to mention dumb).BlackNexus said:Even if it is more secure, wont that cause some compatibility issues with Windows users?