Amazon Prime video went down at approximately 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. The outage overwhelmed Amazon customer service phone lines. However, at least for me, there was a simple fix. I signed out of the Prime Video app for iOS and sign back in again, which worked.
Back in July, I changed web design programs from Expression Web to Dreamweaver Creative Cloud. As a result, I had to recode the dynamic web template that I based the majority of my site on. At the end of every year the copyright has to be updated. 2016 has to be changed to 2017. That process should be a simple matter of updating the template, saving the changes, and the program should update the pages that use the template automatically.
I have updated the main template and save the changes, and I thought the program updated the pages that use the template. However, some pages updated and some pages did not, and I have no idea why. This problem is slowing the responsive design update.
Not a very pleasant way to start off the new year, I had to deal with Comcast. To avoid paying $82 a month just for Internet, and I had to get a cable TV Internet bundle for $62 a month that includes taxes and fees. Not only do I have to pay for content that I am never going to see, but I have to store a cable box that I am never going to use.
Why can’t Comcast just allow me to pay for the bundle without having a cable box and leave me alone?
There is an audio problem on the Secret of Sherlock Holmes page. For some reason the audio of the stage play starts when the page loads (it is not supposed to) in both Chrome and Opera, but not in the latest version of Internet Explorer. I am working on the problem and hope to have it resolved soon.