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Nanny Knows Best
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Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Admin Announcement Re The Olympics

I have changed the url on my Olympics site, and this seems to have caused some issues with accessibility.

For loyal readers who sometimes visit the site, it can be found at the following url www.olympicsdiary.com

Sorry for the inconvenience.

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5 comments:

  1. That's good to know Ken - I thought you'd been nobbled by the 'Lympic Crackdown Squad!

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  2. No, it was a self inflicted screw up.

    I changed the base url of the blog itself to http://the2012olympicgames.blogspot.com and also changed the redirect from the main urls eg www.olympicsdiary.com

    However, for reasons best known to the internet, certain things are still pointing to the old base url which no longer exists (eg if you look at the "Recent Articles on KenFrost.com" menu on the right hand side, you will see it still trying to take you to the old base url - even though I have tired repeatedly to change that)!

    Sigh..lesson learned..don't tinker!

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  3. "However, for reasons best known to the internet"

    Don't take this as Gospel, but that could be due to DNS propagation issues. When you type in a web site address it has to be converted to a numerical string to enable the internet to direct the request to correct server (eg 173.194.41.140 for the new site). When you make changes this can take some time to work through the system, as there are numerous DNS services involved. Some people might get re-directed pretty quickly, whilst others may have to wait for up to 24 hours, or even longer.

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    1. Thanks Microdave, that is what I am thinking too:)

      Our "puny" human brains are faster than computers;)

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  4. Anonymous3:45 PM

    maybe they've copyrighted the use of the phrase - the Olympics' - wouldn't put it past them

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