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I sometimes experience an error loading a page in this website recently, and I've received messages that a new version of englishforums.com will be rolled out very soon.
I was wondering if the pages' web addresses here will change as well. My dilemma is I bookmarked all my favorite topics here and I'm worried that I wouldn't be able to access them again because the threads' addresses linked to my bookmarks have changed.
Could someone please advise? I'm just worried.
Thanks so much.
Approved answer (verified by hitchhiker)
first of all, this is not in the right section. This is the "grammar" section, and you should have asked this either in the "help" section or in the "comments" section. However, I won't move this thread for now, or you might not be able to find it again and see this reply. I'll move it to the "help" section only after you have replied here, to make sure you know you'll find this in the "help" section afterwards. Ok?
Now, to answer you questions...
The problem is that you are anonymous, and you don't have an account here. If anything here is moved, deleted, changed, etc. you will never know, because you can't get any kind of notifications. If you are a registered member, however, you can.
I suggest you sign up and get an account here. It's free, and you won't see any adverts.
Approved answer (verified by Punkybrewster)
AnonymousI sometimes experience an error loading a page in this website recently, and I've received messages that a new version of englishforums.com will be rolled out very soon.We had a major traffic increase, and a failed drive on our main server (all in the same week). No new version of EF coming out, it's now the most stable / fastest version we've had - from here we'll make gradual changes, no biggies
AnonymousI was wondering if the pages' web addresses here will change as well.Due to the way the internet works, we'd rather shoot at our feet than change web page addresses You have nothing to fear.
KooyeenI'll move it to the "help" section only after you have replied here, to make sure you know you'll find this in the "help" section afterwards. Ok?Thanks, Kooyeen, for your response. I'm sorry if I post this in the wrong section since I usually only use the grammar section when asking questions. I guess you can now move this to the help section.
KooyeenI suggest you sign up and get an account here. It's free, and you won't see any adverts.OK, thanks for inviting me and I'm happy to sign up and will do it after posting this. I just hope the original links that I previously bookmarked from this website won't change their addresses because they are so many.
If you are a registered member, the system keeps track of any thread you take part in, you can subscribe to your favorite threads and get email notifications of any answers, and you can even save some discussions as "favorite".
Anonymous:Thanks, hitchhiker and Kooyen, for your helpful responses and additional information. I guess I have nothing to worry about anymore. I really appreciate it.
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