Whenever you move content from one URL to another, you should have your web server return requests to the old URL with a response code of 301 and the updated URL. This allows the user to still get to the content they were looking for. Plus it tells web crawlers of all sorts about the updated location. For years I’ve been using Network Solutions only for Whois lookups by going to http://www.nsi.com/whois. Earlier tonight I tried that and received a 404, page doesn’t exist. Out of curiosity I looked at their home page for their new URL. It is still available from their web site, but at a much longer URL. So to heck with it, for now I’ll start using Whois.Net for my lookups. Unless you have a better resource I should use, I’m open to your suggestions. And NSI, farewell, I now have no reason at all to visit your web site.