This morning, for the umpteenth time, the volume icon had disappeared from the task bar. This happens regularly, but not regularly enough for you to remember how to correct it which then involves a search “volume icon disappeared from taskbar” which brings up about six different ways to correct it, half of which don’t work.
I have just received a number of notification emails about website accounts governed by ICANN.
They have just decided, with no apparent consultation, to change the rules for top level domains. From 1st January 2014, anyone who registers, renews or alters the contact details linked to a domain name will receive an additional email. [No problem, there is already a huge amount of junk in my Outlook files.]
We’re told the mail will have “IMMEDIATE VERIFICATION” in the subject Continue reading
Despite my hosting company telling me it was not possible, I have managed to solve the problem by amending directories inside the server in Seattle. Hypermart were useless, but someone in a forum put me on to the right track.
Can now get back to proper blogging.
I was puzzled why my blog was not getting picked up by search engines and why some people were getting “404 page not found” errors when they clicked on links in their subscriber emails.
The answer is that one of the widgets which deals with subscribers is sending out www.loch-ness.com/LochNessTony as the link to the blog because that is the name of the blog, but what it should be sending out is www.loch-ness.com/lochnesstony i.e. all lower case.
Most servers would ignore the difference. Unix servers do not.
Pleas for help are on the way to WordPress and JetPack. If they can’t help I really will have to remove everything and start all over again.
You have to love computers, don’t you?
Thanks to everyone for their help and patience.