UPDATE: Click here for the Wayback Machine link. & go to the page you'd like to view & the web.archive url will be displayed.
Using the example of a C32 decoder install, the displayed address, the url will be shown:
Place your Cursor at the start of the url & LEFT Click.
A new url, beginning with "https://" will display shown below:
REMOVE the text after the "https://", shown in RED text above. including the "." after "www"
The new url will be shown and my original page is shown complete with photos that were missing on the Wayback Machine pages.
On Sunday 23rd October 2022, I clicked onto my Desktop Icon for my Web site. Instead of seeing the photo of the fantastic Garratt, I got this message:
The requested URL "http://%5bNo%20Host%5d/nswmn/index.htm", is invalid.
With the help from Martin with his comment below and a Web Archive link of:
Martin you're the Man, this helps a lot, THANKS Martin.
How long can the "archive" site work?
So for now when "googling" me to find my web site, searchers will find my Blog and see this link.
I will ring Optus to see if they can fix it.
Without having rung Optus my provider, I found that all urls NOW have to have an "S" in the first few letters of the url. (https://). Some of my computer geek mates told me this "s" thingo was around for years. Optus may have a quick fix but......
Back when I had to switch over to the NBN, I contemplated changing to another Provider but decided to keep with Optus due to I wanted to keep my web site, so I stayed with Optus.
So now I have decide what to do with my web site.
I had a Counter on my Home page. Feb2018 showed I had 13,000 Visitor since I added the Counter. That panned out to approximately 300 Visitor per month. This determined that I should keep my web page going. Today it shows 23,000, so for 54 months 10,000 Visitors. That's now 187/month.
I have purchased a Domain name but I'm having reservations about using it.
My mate Randall suggested I could add my popular web pages to my Blog. Topics like my Stay Alive & DCC Novices etc could be added to my Blog. I cannot comprehend editing my DCC for Novices Book, there was lots of good information there. Just yesterday I had reason to show another mate some tips on installing Decoder Pro.
I'm not up to doing this at the moment but will I ever be up to it.
I'll ask you guys who read my Blog, what "pages" I should add to my Blog & for possible suggestions of what to do, while I ponder on whether I do anything. If any of you need a particular page, I can email you what I have in my Documents Folder & applicable photos etc.
Please let me know with a Comment here.