RSS and link problems, please help!

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Hi everybody,
I'm not mainly a webmaster but I've created my site. I got two problems:

-I got 3 rss feeds in my site, they are linked in my site with the feed protocol and also with the alternate content method. With DreamWewaver I uploaded'em on the server and also if I log in from the URL ftp.linuz90.com they're where they should be. The probleb is that alternate content and standard links don't work, it seems like the feeds don't exist, but they're in the right place!! You can try: http://www.linuz90.com/
The feeds are linuzfeed.rss, freestuff.rss and cgfeed.rss (all in the root of the site...).

-Why the links in the flash menu carry you to new pages even if I used _parent method in the flash file?

Thanks a lot 4 ur help!
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Well I can tell you that the reason the alternates don't show up on some pages is due to the "feed://" protocol being used instead of "http://".

There's no telling why even when that's used the feed isn't found though. It's an IIS server, so the addresses should be case-insensitive, you might want to check the letter case in the address though since it's been awhile since I've dealt with IIS.
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The cases are right and the "http://" instead of "feed://" doesn't change anything... I really think I'm the only human being with this problem... Thanks for your time!

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