Problems with DelphiDabbler.com server: 2021/12/10 update

UPDATE: all fine now

Following on from yesterday's post I have decided to move DelphiDabbler.com to a new server.

Since I develop the website on GitHub, and the site is to all intents and purposes mirrored on GitHub I'm changing my DNS record to use delphidabbler.com as custom domain for https://delphidabbler.github.io. All the content is already there leaving me nothing left to move.

While we're waiting for the changes to propagate, https://delphidabbler.com & https://www.delphidabbler.com (and their http:// equivalents) could lead you to either the old or new servers.

You can tell which because pages served from the old server have a great big yellow warning displayed at the top of each page, while pages served from GitHub Pages don't have the warning (but may have a red cookie message pop up).

Help Needed

If, by 12:00 UTC tomorrow (2021/12/11) you're still seeing the old server, I would be very grateful if you would let me know, either by commenting below, or by creating an issue on the delphidabbler/delphidabbler.github.io project's Issue page on GitHub.

Tests of all the following URLs would be welcome:


Comments

  1. https://delphidabbler.com
    http://delphidabbler.com
    https://www.delphidabbler.com
    http://www.delphidabbler.com

    Just tried all 4 of these this evening.
    They all seemed to be working OK :_)

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  2. Many thx BillSTP

    All the addresses are working for me too now.

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