This is getting silly again.
There are times I can’t access my own website. Turns out it’s up for others, but for me – not always. I was told by my hosting company that they changed DNS servers and I needed to change them.
No problem. I changed them. Things seemed to be OK.
Then, it keeps happening. I’d say it was because of maybe where I access it sometimes. But I access my site in many different places over the course of a week. And when I can’t get it on my phone or elsewhere – and had been able to do so an hour or two earlier, that doesn’t jive with me.
It also gets annoying for if I need or want to fix something on the fly.
Alas, the answers I get back are just superficial things.
I honestly don’t want to change hosts. It’s a pain in the rear, especially with everything I have going on where I am. But it’s starting to get to the point where I need to think about it. I mean, if I can’t access my site when I need or want to – what’s the point?
Why is it so hard to have decent service at all times?
I need to figure out when my hosting package expires so I can plot and think about if I want to move to elsewhere. It’s just getting to the point where it’s silly.
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