Is Dreamwidth.org down - September, 2023?
Dreamwidth is an open-source community website where people can create journals, and communities, and connect with other users. It provides a friendly, safe space for people to explore their creativity and share their thoughts. With easy-to-use tools and features, you can customize your page to express yourself however you wish. They also offer support for members, including forums and helpful resources to get you started.
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Tips if Dreamwidth.org is not working
Your Device - Try to access the website/service from a different device or network. It's recommended to try restarting your device (computer, phone, or tablet).
Browser Cache - Clear browser cache by refreshing the page. That can be done by pressing Ctrl + F5 (PC) or Cmd + Shift and then press R (Mac).
Browser Cookies - Clear temporary/recent cookies.
Incognito Mode - try to view the webpage in private/incognito mode. All temporary cache and cookies will be automatically disabled.
Restart your router - if other websites or apps are showing issues or are slow, try restarting your router.
Blocked Access - in some instances the resource you are trying to access might be blocked by your ISP provider. In this case, try accessing the webpage from a different IP address by using a VPN service.
Firewall and Antivirus - sometimes Firewall and Antivirus software might block access to specific websites or services. You can temporarily disable them to check if that solves the problem.
DNS Cache - Clear your DNS cache (Google for how-to instructions). All OS systems (Mac, Windows, Linux) save name resolution information into the DNS cache to speed things up. The data stored might be too old or invalid.