GRAV: a Flat File CMS

David G - DrupalSo a few months ago I purchased a Synology NAS device. Primarily for personal projects and as a means to store and be a medium to backup my development projects. Having a more robust local development environment at my house I wanted to setup a kind of intranet for my house. At my previous job they had a simple intranet page that listed current projects, a note taking application and tools to create or backup websites. This is similar to a Start Page in Google Chrome. In fact, many weeks ago I saw great examples of startpages on Reddit’s /r/startpages. So — all these factors actually made me want to create a simple 1 page website with links and embedded tools within it. After an initial simple attempt at this I decided to take a stab at developing this in GRAV — a flat-file CMS. Learn More

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Arvixe Migration Schedule

This page outlines the tentative migration schedule for the current Arvixe server migrations. We have posted this to keep you up to date on the migration schedule, and target dates for the current fleet upgrade transition. If the schedule changes, the listing and dates here will be updated. Once a server migration has been completed, we’ll mark it off the list followed by (completed).

As we emailed, these migrations will not change the environment in which your account is running so you should not experience any issues with PHP errors, database issues, corruption, etc.

The tentative migration schedule is posted below for your reference.

6/24/2015 impala.arvixe.com (completed)
6/25/2015 mongoose.arvixe.com (completed)
6/25/2015 artwork.mysitehosted.com (completed)
7/07/2015 jellyfish.arvixe.com (completed)
7/08/2015 teal.arvixe.com (completed)
7/09/2015 bohor.arvixe.com (completed)
7/09/2015 lapwing.arvixe.com (completed)
7/13/2015 baboon.arvixe.com (completed)
7/13/2015 marmot.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 okapi.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 paca.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 rhea.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 ibis.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 siskin.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 ibex.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 canary.arvixe.com (completed)
7/14/2015 fisher.arvixe.com (completed)
7/17/2015 ram.arvixe.com (completed)
7/17/2015 gopher.arvixe.com (completed)
7/17/2015 buffalo.arvixe.com (completed)
7/17/2015 salman.arvixe.com (completed)
7/22/2015 bobcat.arvixe.com (completed)
7/22/2015 sheep.arvixe.com (completed)
7/22/2015 galah.arvixe.com (completed)
7/22/2015 echidna.arvixe.com (completed)
7/22/2015 nighthawk.arvixe.com (completed)
7/28/2015 butterfly.arvixe.com (completed)
7/28/2015 warhawk.arvixe.com (completed)
7/28/2015 jerboa.arvixe.com (completed)
7/28/2015 cardinal.arvixe.com (completed)
7/29/2015 capybara.arvixe.com (completed)
7/29/2015 coot.arvixe.com (completed)

While we will do our best to keep the migration on schedule, we may encounter unforeseen issues that require us to move the migration back. This page will be kept up to date daily with the latest information.

If you have any specific issues with your website, please check our alerts page here for anything we are currently working on – http://www.arvixe.com/alerts

Otherwise, feel free to contact our support team via email, ticket, live chat, or phone — http://www.arvixe.com/contact_us

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Using the Dolphin Pro Mass Mailer

In this blog we’ll take a look at the built in mass mailer that comes with Dolphin Pro. It’s capable of sending emails to your members a few at a time, so as to not break the spam threshold. Learn More

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