Open Dialogue and Subdomains

For anyone who might be trying to access my site (http://www.open-dialogue.com/forum/index.php) without success right now, try this one: http://open-dialogue.com/forum/index.php. It’s the same, just without the www. prefix. For some reason the www. isn’t working, and I’ve emailed tech support to find out why. I’ll let you know when you can go back to using the www. prefix (if you want to).

[Edit] Huh…. it seems as though the problem may be an issue inside Mozilla Firefox because I just tapped the whole address into IE and it loaded with no problems. I’m still waiting to hear back from tech support, but dang if I’m not stupefied by that one.

[Edit-2] Yup, I heard back from tech support. Ironically enough, I was the only one having trouble accessing my own forum this afternoon, and it had nothing to do with the servers. As much as I love Mozilla Firefox, sometimes it can get real cranky. Turns out, all I had to do was close the browser and reopen it to clear up the problem. I still don’t know why it didn’t like the www. prefix. Either way, the forum is running smoothly, so c’mon over for a chat!

3 thoughts on “Open Dialogue and Subdomains”

  1. The forum looks pretty cool, and I’ll look into it more when I have more time (i.e. am not very tired and busy at work (it got busy here really fast)).  How did I not notice you were from Indy?  Maybe I did and then forgot.  I have an aunt and uncle on the west side.  I-70 all the way, baby.

  2. Looking forward to possibly seeing you there! I’m really excited about it, as it’s something I’ve wanted to put together for a long time now. It’s kinda of funny that, while I’m commenting on particular Xanga conversations, I’m also pasting some snippets that I find over on the forum for further comment. All I can say is, I love technology and the Internet! Yeah, everytime I go back to Cedarville (which is roughly once a month to see family), it’s just a straight shot and a two-hour drive down 70. I love it!

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