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Old 06-11-2020, 12:24 PM   #18
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Got my last bit of testing in for the domain changes done late yesterday. It's been eons since I opened GoLive and I thought I'd taken notes the last time I had to fiddle around in there but if I did, I can't find them but I was able to find all the nooks and crannies where the domain settings reside and get them set properly.

I took notes this time in CintaNotes and now I just have to figured out where I want to put them more permanently so they will be easier to find next time. I also need to backup GoLive and the new settings to my external drive and then I'm going to do a new drive image--I've needed to do that since I made the changes to Eudora...


I have to say that HostingUK support did a nice job--I've forgiven them the odd no-email copy that happened over the weekend. I'd been a bit concerned with United Hosting became HostingUK but so far, it seems to me that HostingUK support does as good a job (and as plesantly) as United Hosting--probably the same people...'-}}



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