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PostPosted: 10 Feb 2009, 18:26 
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The styles problem and other problems we've been experiencing was most likely due to reaching the diskspace limit on the server. With all the posting and stuff it has become a very big site indeed and pulls large volumes of traffic also.

The web host, Ripefruit, helped to identify the problem and assisted by donating some additional space.

These guys are excellent and I would highly recommend them. =D>

Fingers crossed that the problem doesn't return.


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PostPosted: 11 Feb 2009, 09:30 
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williampitt wrote:
The styles problem and other problems we've been experiencing was most likely due to reaching the diskspace limit on the server. With all the posting and stuff it has become a very big site indeed and pulls large volumes of traffic also.

The web host, Ripefruit, helped to identify the problem and assisted by donating some additional space.

These guys are excellent and I would highly recommend them. =D>

Fingers crossed that the problem doesn't return.


Walking Melbourne is an excellent site. Thanks for your time and effort in setting it up and maintaining it, Mr Pitt.


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PostPosted: 30 Mar 2009, 11:12 
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Corio wrote:
williampitt wrote:
The styles problem and other problems we've been experiencing was most likely due to reaching the diskspace limit on the server. With all the posting and stuff it has become a very big site indeed and pulls large volumes of traffic also.

The web host, Ripefruit, helped to identify the problem and assisted by donating some additional space.

These guys are excellent and I would highly recommend them. =D>

Fingers crossed that the problem doesn't return.


Walking Melbourne is an excellent site. Thanks for your time and effort in setting it up and maintaining it, Mr Pitt.


very welcome !

Thanks for the feedback corio :D


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PostPosted: 30 Mar 2009, 12:18 
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I should echo Corio's sentiments.

It's a valuable and magnificent little site and contains a vast array of historical and architectural information about Melbourne (and elsewhere).

All the regulars contribute to making it what it is but Mr Pitt deserves special mention and thanks for all the work he does on the site.

Good work - =D>


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PostPosted: 30 Mar 2009, 22:01 
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And so say all of us :-)

The issue with styles seems to be fixed, all working well on my recent visits.

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