If you've been to my web site in the past day or so, you've either seen a big sign slapped on by AOL announcing that their hosting services are shutting down, or you've gotten a 404 error, or seen a page with a lot of missing graphics and bad links.
Like the guy with the snarky waiter, I'm having "server issues."
Fortunately, I've found a better host. But that means I'm in the middle of changing everything (and that's a lot) to the new server. And I do my web sites myself, which means at the moment that things are a bit... ugly. (Well, uglier than usual.)
The good news is I do have a new server.
The good news is I do have all my web site files on my main hard drive, and can easily... okay somewhat easily... upload them to the new server.
The bad news is that the new server treats filenames in the code with Capital letters as separate files from ones with lowercase letters, even if the name is the same. So when my site code calls for "AboutMe.html," the new server doesn't recognize that as a call for the file "aboutme.html." (I'm hoping for a simple fix, 'cause otherwise I have a lot of tedious code checking and file renaming to do.)
But the last bit of good news is that this blog is separate and working great.
Thanks for bearing with me while I sort things out!
--- Howard Shirley