Another server move!

Apparently, my server got thrown into the back of a van the other day, and shoipped off to a shiny new datacentre, so drop a comment if something appears broken. It shouldn’t do, but y’know. these things happen. I say this every time it happens (third or fourth time now?) nd nobody ever does. Either that means that nothing went wrong, and my webhosts are doing their job correctly, or it means that nobody is reading this. I can’t use SFTP but that’ll probably just be the DNS kicking back in, or something.

Pointless post is pointless.

I’m back

Well, you’ll be happy to know that I’m back, and have, once again, got full access to the site. I’ve no idea what caused me to be blocked, and neither do the hosts, as the log files only last for a few days. Still, now I’m back, I might as well post something good. I’ll finish day 2 of Scotland in a bit.

EDIT: Banned myself again, though I think I know what’s causing it now. I’ll get onto the hosts when I can be bothered.

The gallery has returned…

Some of you will be thinking “Oooooh”, and some of you will be thinking “Oh”. But yes, I’ve managed to get the gallery up and running. For once, this will consist of a collection of photos I’ve taken myself, in the shitty-balls year that was 2012. Despite my ranting and raving in an earlier post, there were a couple of chances to take photos in the year, despite the fact I broke the lens on my big Canon camera.

this time, I’ve also made use of one of the many subdomains I have, meaning it’s a lot easier to access than the other one. Therefore, without further adieu, I bring you…. [drum roll]

gallery.mercuryvapour.co.uk

… well, what did you expect? Fireworks?

Despite it being simply a later version of the software I used to use in the previous incarnation, it seems to be a lot smoother, however, don’t worry if it’s a little bit slow the first time you visit a picture – it now generates thumbnails only when they’re needed. A vast improvement on me having to upload a gallery, then sit there clicking the “Generate Thumbnail” button for every 20 photos I uploaded. The server move also appears to have cured a few of the other kinks I was having.

Comments will once again be open, until the spambots get hold of it.

This is entirely a “work in progress” as you can imagine, so expect to see quite a few more photos popping up during the coming days.