DNS Address Change

My website was hosted by 2globalmart.com for several years, and I would have likely remained a customer of theirs, however, I was informed by them that they were closing down their hosting servers as of the end of July.

New Host

While I had been neglecting my website for quite a while, I couldn’t afford to let it go down as it is used by my whole family for emails. I found a hosting service that is Canadian and so far I am very happy with the customer service I received from them.


My new hosting service provider is Web Hosting Canada, if you are looking for a hosting service yourself why not give them a try? Their packages are affordable and include all the bells and whistles you would expect.

Domain Name

The domain name will not change and remain moisan.ca, the only thing that will change is that Domain Name Servers (DNS) will redirect my domain to a new Internet Protocol (IP) address. DNS are the Internet's equivalent of a phone book. They maintain a directory of domain names and translate them to IP addresses. This is necessary because, although domain names are easy for people to remember, computers or machines, access websites based on IP addresses.

Website Update

Having to move all my web pages made me realized how outdated my website is. I had purchased the non-exclusive right to a design I liked in 2011 and yet I didn’t bother updating anything.

So I am planning to update no less than one page a week to the new design. If I keep up with this goal I should have my website completely done to my liking by next Summer. I also intent on adding entries in my feed each time I update or add a new page.

Web Standards

It is my intention that all new and updated Web pages be coded and served as the XML serialization of HTML5. I will endeavour to make all my documents compliant with the latest version of the applicable standards.

Not Permanent

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This page was last edited on July 25, 2016 at 17:24 PDT.
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