When I try and connect to my own blog, it asks me to download a file.
Inspecting closer, and I find that http://www.alexfoster.me.uk/index.php works fine, but http://www.alexfoster.me.uk asks me ‘you are trying to open a file of the type application/x-httpd-php’ and saves a file that doesn’t do much. It does this in two different browsers for me, and for all the computers on my network.
However, when I try and report it to other WP users, it appears not to be a problem for them.
And other people seem to be able to use the site with no problems. Bizzaro. I’d welcome anyone’s suggestions as to what is going on.
In other news, I’ve made some progress with reading the Agatha Christie book, and chapters 1 to 7 are now available for download from the podcasting link, top right. It appears that my attempted cleverness with tags doesn’t properly work in iTunes, however…?
There are only two Agatha Christie works in Project Gutenberg, and I’ve just discovered why: they’re the only two written before 1923. After that date, the copyright rules change. It’s going to be a long wait until any Miss Marple books end up in the public domain.