Seriously, hits are down like 50%, and I wonder if it is https?
I hope not. Maybe I should test it. Surely that is not the cause.
Did https kill my blog
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http://revk.www.me.uk used to be my url for this blog but it stopped working about a month back.ReplyDelete
I have always said to bookmark www.me.ukDelete
Wouldn't hurt to setup a 301, to update people's bookmarks etc? revk.www.me.uk is linked a fair bit across the web. I tend to follow a policy that if I've put a URL up I aim to either 301 or 410 if it needs to be gone.Delete
Permalinks using the old style are broken - maybe lots of people came from stuff linked in the media and whatnot?Delete
Well your Twitter profile links to http://www.www.me.uk/ which doesn't work...ReplyDelete
What? Why? I’ll check that!Delete
The change to HTTPS caused NewsBlur to stop updating. After realising, changing it from HTTP resolved the issue.ReplyDelete
It looks like your https server on www.me.uk is broken. This is the message I get when trying to connect to www.me.uk:ReplyDelete
This site can’t be reached
www.me.uk unexpectedly closed the connection.
Checking the connection
Connecting to www.revk.uk work just peachy though.
I get a redirect to https://www.revk.uk/Delete
There is no https (yet) on www.me.uk
Your RSS feed burst into life today.ReplyDelete
I added a few legacy aliases...Delete
The captcha thing didn't seem to be working yesterday... just kept going blank and stalling like it was waiting for the captcha server to respond. I don't think it was my equipment but it seems to be working ok now anywayReplyDelete
For future reference. Try the free official Word Viewer (discontinued but old versions should still work).ReplyDelete
Otherwise, there is Office Online, which is also free but requires registration.