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Archived Forum

Posted: Sat 16 Nov, 2013 2:05 am
by admin
Our archived forum can be found at www.hertford.net/yoursay. The forum is for reference only.

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Tue 03 Dec, 2013 6:21 pm
by Frenchie
Thanks Admin !

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Thu 05 Dec, 2013 11:09 am
by newcomer
Have you submitted new sitemap to google/got it respidered? I keep cliciking on the "Forum" link that google thows up and it still goes to the old one.

Yes yes I _could_ use a bookmark ;)

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Thu 05 Dec, 2013 12:42 pm
by Steve
newcomer wrote:Have you submitted new sitemap to google/got it respidered? I keep cliciking on the "Forum" link that google thows up and it still goes to the old one.

Yes yes I _could_ use a bookmark ;)

It takes time to keep a catalogue of the entire web up-to-date - even for Google. This forum has only been online for four days!

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Thu 05 Dec, 2013 3:17 pm
by newcomer
Steve wrote:It takes time to keep a catalogue of the entire web up-to-date - even for Google. This forum has only been online for four days!


Tell google to hurry up! :D

Oh dear, am I now part of the instant gratification generation..

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Wed 23 Jul, 2014 1:25 pm
by newcomer
The "Forum" sublink on google still points to the old forum...

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Mon 17 Nov, 2014 2:59 pm
by Razor
I've just tried accessing the Archived Forum and a page comes up saying the link has been removed or moved? Admin - any ideas please?

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Mon 17 Nov, 2014 4:30 pm
by admin
Razor wrote:I've just tried accessing the Archived Forum and a page comes up saying the link has been removed or moved? Admin - any ideas please?

Apologies, but the old forum is now no longer available. We have recently migrated to a new server that does not support the Microsoft technologies used by the old forum.

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Mon 17 Nov, 2014 9:19 pm
by Razor
Oh no, that's a real shame! There are (were) still loads of relevant recommendations of crafts and trades etc there. Is there no way of porting that section over to the new server?

Re: Archived Forum

Posted: Mon 17 Nov, 2014 9:47 pm
by admin
Razor wrote:Is there no way of porting that section over to the new server?

I'm afraid not.

The Techie Stuff

The old forum was based on ASP/MS Access and ran on a Windows server. Development of ASP Classic ceased many years ago. There is no migration path from Snitz to PHP/MySQL, otherwise we would have done it. The new server is a LAMP stack (Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP).