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Than your wiki is http://cuiltheory.wikidot.com/what-is-cuil-theory :) - I beleive…

Welcome on the Wikidot platform!


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Hi there, im very interested in cuil theory, can you guide me to more information and applications please, i should think it could come in handy in infinate space :-)

A-ha, well spotted Helmut! This has fixed the "home" problem.

The only problem now is that "thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com" doesn't automatically appear as "www.thejukeboxrebel.com".

I will take your advice and wait a few days to see what happens.

Thanks to both of you.


William

Yes, I can see this effect - but is this not driven by your code in the nav:top page?
[[li]][[a href="http://thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com"]]Home[[/a]][[/li]]

I would change this url to the domain name… give it a try!


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Yes, the sub pages hold for me too Helmut - but as soon as I go back to the home page the wikidot name re-appears.


William

I have no problems with your domain name in all sub-pages!
it looks like the replicating time in the IS-Providers need more time to be spread over the world?


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No Ed,

I haven't done anything since I posted!

The problem as outlined in the original post still exists i.e. it's there but it's not holding when you return to the home page.

Also, I was expecting that typing thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com would automatically render www.thejukeboxrebel.com but this isn't the case as things stand.

Thanks for having a look for me.


William

And… it seems you got it sorted out as I was posting my message! Both URLs are now working. You can probably safely check the "Use the custom domain as the only domain for this site." to make sure that's working.

I just tried reaching your site and thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com is the only address that works. www.thejukeboxrebel.com displays a DNS error.

In order for the custom domain to work, you have to configure your CNAME record using your domain registrar's control panel. For example, I use 1and1.com to register my domains and for sites hosted on Wikidot, I simply edit my domain's DNS setting and set the "A/AAAA and CNAME Records" to either 107.20.139.170 or 107.20.139.176 as explained by Wikidot in the Custom domain setting in our _admin panel.

Once that's done, I edit the custom domain setting in my Wikidot control panel and set my Custom doamin to www.mydomain.com and also set up a 301 redirect to mydomain.com (without the www prefix). That way, if someone types the domain name without the www, it redirects automatically. In case it's not clear, substitute "mydomain.com" with the domain name you registered.

I usually don't check the "Use the custom domain as the only domain for this site." until I verify everything is working. BTW, if you ever get stuck after checking that box, you can always access your control panel via your original Wikidot site URL (i.e. mydomain.wikidot.com/_admin) so you can uncheck the box until you figure out what's going on.

If everything is working correctly, the only URL that won't redirect to your custom domain is the _admin page.

Hello good people, help required!

Trying to change my Wikidot site, "thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com" to "www.thejukeboxrebel.com", solely and completely.

I've ticked "Use the custom domain as the only domain for this site".

The change has been partially succesful, however, the old wikidot address comes back in to play very easily, as little as two clicks in fact. Moving once away from, and back to, the home page resorts the site back to the old ("thejukeboxrebel.wikidot.com") address.


William

Ah, your suspicion that it's not showing up because it's not verified is definitely possible.

I do not have any greater access than you do, I'm effectively just another user (who happens to have used Wikidot for a long time). So I can't comment on what the developers are / are not able to do.

If your account is deleted, the page you created on SCP Foundation would still exist but would have (deleted account) or similar listed alongside it's history as the page creator.

My recommendation is to change your account name to munchies_nOOb (or something similar) in the meantime, and we'll see if we can get in touch with the development team to resolve the problem more fully. However, I cannot guarantee a response.


Shane Smith
Web Developer and Wikidot Community Administrator
Links: Wikimated, Editor (STE), Official Docs
WIKIMATED v2 Release Date: 29 JAN 2017!

And if we can't resolve this, I'm just going to delete my account.

I just made a wikidot for the SCP Foundation so I can post something I've been writing, but I want it associated with my proper username, or not posted at all.

When I try to change my username to munchiesnOOb, its says "Please note:
Please use a different name: that one is already taken"

I don't know how things work on your end exactly, but my guess would be that since when I made munchiesnOOb, I couldn't verify via email, so that account is in some kind of limbo where I can't change my name to it, but you can't see it as an active account.

Is there any way we could brute force this and just make my name munchiesnOOb?

Hello SteveButters97,

A quick solution might be to change the username of your current account to something like munchies_nOOb. Different, but close, to what you originally intended.

I understand your frustration, as you wanted that particular name. Most online services will have a similar issue, where if you were to accidentally enter the wrong email address for an account, that account would not be accessible. It's a side-effect of using email addresses to validate an account.

However, looking into this slightly further, I can't see an account named munchiesnOOb. What was the account that you initially created called?


Shane Smith
Web Developer and Wikidot Community Administrator
Links: Wikimated, Editor (STE), Official Docs
WIKIMATED v2 Release Date: 29 JAN 2017!

Originally I wanted my account name to be munchiesnOOb. But I typed my email in wrong, and now I can't change it to munchiesnOOb.
If any admins see this, you'll be able to see that my account uses an extremely similar email address to that of the account named munchiesnOOb.
I have proof that I use munchiesnOOb elsewhere, as its also my steam and XBox usernames.

This is a small thing, but its honestly really upsetting that I can't use my own username that currently belongs to an account that is using a nonexistent email address.

Hello Kieren,

Are you in the right place? You are currently on the Wikidot Community forums.

My suggestion for having work-based reminders would be to set up events on your work calendar, and deliberately only link that account to your work devices. That way, if your phone etc only has your personal calendar linked, you won't get work-based reminders when you're not at work.

You could also try looking at IFTTT, which has the capability of triggering things when you arrive or leave a certain GPS location. But that wouldn't work as a combination of time + location - it would be location based only.


Shane Smith
Web Developer and Wikidot Community Administrator
Links: Wikimated, Editor (STE), Official Docs
WIKIMATED v2 Release Date: 29 JAN 2017!

I've started a new job, have about a thousand time specific tasks, was hoping to make a reminder that will trigger at certain times and only in the work location.

I've tried a few different triggers, can't get it right, hoping someone can point me in the right direction please.

Hi Em,
You are here on the community of wikidot- platform itself, not the community of ØMQ on http://zeromq.org/community !
On this page you can join the wiki ( I am sure you are a member of this wiki) and can ask these community if you have problems with some scripts of ØMQ.


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Re: ZeroMq help by Helmut_pdorfHelmut_pdorf, 08 Jan 2017 08:49
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