The new site “engine” worked worse than the old one. Server overloads were unsustainable, and for now we’ve had to go back to the old one. Back at it tomorrow….must keep smiling…
Could be worse…could be raining.
Too bad, that new theme looked like it had real potential. (Not to meddle, but what are you using for caching?)
We’ll make it work….
Sorry to hear of the trouble. Best wishes for better luck!
I just really hope the new site design will be easily viewable on my mobile. I’m aware that the issues witnessed may have affected that aspect, but I’m certain I’d go nuts if I couldn’t do my daily dose of CC on my breaks at work!
Good luck. I did like the design and layout of the new one tho..
It seems a lot faster now.
If it works, don’t fix it
Insert The Price is Right lose horns sfx here. 🙁
That picture of the VW Type 2 brings back memories. I had a ’71 window van with a dual port 1600 engine. Luckily, it still had the removable body panel below the engine lid that greatly facilitated engine changes. Unbolt the bumper, remove the panel, unbolt the rear engine mounts, 4 bolts out of the tranny, throttle cable, ignition wire, generator cable, heater box cables, heater box duct cuffs, pull it out onto an old tire. A concrete block and a 2 x 12 to make a lever to lift in the new engine. Reverse the steps and you are on the road. Wash, rinse, and repeat every two years. You could get a special bar to convert bug engines without a rear mount to pick up the rear mounts on the van.
Far too much vehicle for that little engine.
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