We have a new website.
This doesn’t come to you as a surprise if you have been following this thread where for ~1 week a preview of the website has been exposed to the feedbacks of the community.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://jmonkeyengine.org/communitylog/new-website/
Looks great! Thanks @RiccardoBlb!
The new website looks great! Much better than my original. Im not a huge fan of dark themes for informational pages but it’s definitely more engaging than what was there before. Kudos to you.
The only issue I have, which is probably an overstatement - it’s perfectly acceptable at the low rate that’s implemented - is the API calls on my behalf. Those can be stored and read server-side instead. Slightly more involved but a lot friendlier in terms of website behaviour.
It’s definitely a step forward. I’m glad you kept with the contribution-friendly Hugo site generator, and I look forward to seeing more innovation.
The “Blog” links in the sidebar and top navbar (“Home | Forum | Blog | …”) seem to be broken.
In my browser, they link to https://jmonkeyengine.org/blog/ which displays an error page saying “This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it.”
Looks like the server is sending this page with MIME type
text/xml instead of
application/rss+xml, which would be correct for RSS feeds.
Note that this seems to be different content from https://jmonkeyengine.org/tags/blog Intentional?
There isn’t a blog section anymore, all the articles tagged with #blog are considered blog posts, so the current link for blog is actually https://jmonkeyengine.org/tags/blog .
I added a redirect for /blog and all the unresolved sections from /xxxx to /tags/xxxx, so it should be fixed now.
The added redirects seem to have resolved my issue. Thanks, @RiccardoBlb!