Tuesday, August 12, 2008

August 12, 2008
I'm currently getting this message on my google pages:

The bandwidth or page view limit for this site has been exceeded and the page cannot be viewed at this time. Once the site is below the limit, it will once again begin serving as normal.

As a result all the externally linked images and CSS are unable to load which mainly causes the CSS to mess up and be retarded and ugly. I'll fix it asap, can't do much from here. That's pretty annoying.... damnit. This is actually the firsts time this has happened and I had NO idea google actually had a data limit on it's pages, wtf guys. The total size on that google account is : You are currently using 1MB (1%) of your 100MB. almost nothing!


OK, CSS is up and running again as I managed to upload a copy to tripod. Most of the images will have to wait until later though. Enjoy! According to google it should fix "itself" in a fairly short time however. Still, this won't do and I'll have to look for better options soon.

Update 2

Tripod doesn't like hotlinking it seems.... sigh...
Disabled top image and trying to link "both" css files now, so if one is not available, the other one should load in theory. This just got a "little" more annoying.

I'm open to suggestions, or offers of free image and css hosting.

Update 3

Aha! Turns out the "signature" I was using on several forums was producing a "lot" of hits. Disabled it for now, time to host _that_ image elsewhere at least. Account made on hotlinkfiles to host a "third" incarnation of the css while the bandwidth total goes down a bit. Picasaweb might be an option as well.


Anonymous said...

Photobucket is awesome for free image hosting.

bbr said...

Don't they delete images if they take up too much bandwidth though?