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#1 2024-02-13 18:13:16

gaekwad
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Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

The Textpattern User Documentation (sometimes known as ‘docs site’) has moved to a new server.

I need your help with a few things, if you can spare some time, please:

  • check around docs.textpattern.com in your preferred browser
  • note any errors or weirdness, missing elements, that kind of thing
  • reply here if anything is amiss

Thank you.

Over winter, our DigitalOcean hosting credit has been renewed and I split our sites across multiple servers instead of a single, monolithic server that powered everything.

The last site to move was the docs site, and I think it’s working as expected. It’s powered by Jekyll, with the requisite side-helping of frustrating antagonism, and if the move has worked OK, I can power off the old server and stop the $$ meter running on that.

The old server was spec’d out to run all our sites, and has the resources to do that. In recent times, it’s been running the docs site and nothing else, so it’s been somewhat inefficient, not to mention costly for what it’s been doing.

So, if the docs are working, and I think we’re OK on that score – time will tell – I can power off the old server, save us some $$ and move to the next task.

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#2 2024-02-13 20:23:35

jakob
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Thank you Pete for your work behind the scenes. Do I remember rightly, that this opens up the possibility to get docs search working again on Safari. Or was that a more involved process? I’ve forgotten.

It’s not desperate as I have a little search shortcut that turns txpdocs <term> into https://www.google.com/search?q=###&as_sitesearch=docs.textpattern.com. That gets you there via google’s search results but search within the site would be great, especially as I have the docs as a pinned tab in safari.


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#3 2024-02-14 01:36:14

phiw13
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

All seem to work as it should, so far. TY.

The search functionality is still broken in Safari but iirc that required some code retooling, so not a regression. ( I have a little shortcut build-in with xSearch that automatically uses DDG will typing my search term in the Safari location bar).


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#4 2024-02-14 02:01:57

uli
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Save this here as a bookmark’s URL value and you can avoid any search engine and use it from whatever website you’re working on:

javascript:q=prompt('TXP%20tag?%20','');%20location.href='https://docs.textpattern.com/tags/'+q;

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#5 2024-02-14 04:00:24

Pat64
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Hi Pete.

I noticed a lot of CSP warnings into my Firefox console:

  • “script-src”;
  • All base64 encoded images aren’t displayed.

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#6 2024-02-14 07:45:09

dos
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Images in the footer are missing (social media and logos).

By the way: The lovely sunflower on the startpage is missing too?


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#7 2024-02-14 07:56:11

Dragondz
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Hi Pete,

I clicked some pages on the doc site all seems to work, no error page displayed.

Thanks for your hard work.

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#8 2024-02-14 09:25:55

jakob
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From: Germany
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Nice to see all your little workaround hacks. I have a similar one for tags too. In Safari, I use keyword search – many roads lead to Rome :-) Raycast and other launcher helpers have similar functions.

I see the social media images but not the sunflower (guess Pete is working in the background). The console shows an error in animate.js.


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#9 2024-02-14 13:18:06

gaekwad
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From: People's Republic of Cornwall
Registered: 2005-11-19
Posts: 4,137
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Dragondz wrote #336637:

I clicked some pages on the doc site all seems to work, no error page displayed.

Thanks Rabah!

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#10 2024-02-14 13:18:52

gaekwad
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From: People's Republic of Cornwall
Registered: 2005-11-19
Posts: 4,137
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

jakob wrote #336638:

I see the social media images but not the sunflower (guess Pete is working in the background). The console shows an error in animate.js.

Social buttons should be fixed. The sunflower…do you mean the one on textpattern.com or is there another?

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#11 2024-02-14 13:19:53

gaekwad
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Registered: 2005-11-19
Posts: 4,137
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

dos wrote #336636:

Images in the footer are missing (social media and logos).

Fixed – thank you for the report!

By the way: The lovely sunflower on the startpage is missing too?

Do you mean the textpattern.com start page sunflower, or has it bred to another site?

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#12 2024-02-14 13:20:30

gaekwad
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Registered: 2005-11-19
Posts: 4,137
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Re: Textpattern docs site has moved to a new server

Pat64 wrote #336635:

I noticed a lot of CSP warnings into my Firefox console:

  • “script-src”;

I think I know what this is for – could you please reply with an example URL and I’ll investigate. Thanks!

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