Ok hopefully last blog move around for a while.

Last time a few months ago I lost over a year of blogging because I let my wrong server hosting package auto-expire. This go around it was a JSON issue for the life of me I couldn’t fix, though I didn’t lose my prior data just the layout which I had done little to improve since the forced redo last time.

I am not big on fancy, I blogged for over a decade using straight HTML tags so blah on fancy. Auto scheduling post is good enough for me usually. That said managing WordPress on my own sites has become an extra headache I don’t want with all the security issues one has to keep on top of. So this go around with a good coupon in hand I moved the blog away from any of my own hosted services to WordPress.com.

Of course nothing ever goes easy, even more so when you’re trying to do this stuff feeling bad so I had all kinds of issues with my SSL certs and whatnot. At the end of the day where this has left me is the site is technically pointed at https://nitwhitt.com for now and the other domains are being forwarded however depending on the route and browser attempting to come here by https://michaelwhitt.com or https:// to mlwhitt.com or mwhitt.com may or may not work.

Plain http will get you here but you may get the security warning. Of course once you get here you are back in SSL land. Not that it matters as I don’t do any sales or user login things anyway. But wanted to explain in case you attempted to come in via one of those ways. For now just use https://nitwhitt.com to reach the blog. Shouldn’t be any issues that way.

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