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Great News for Start of the Week: The H is Back!

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“The H-Online UK archive appears to be up again,” said David Gerard from Wikipedia, “with old URLs working.” Fantastic!

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Only www.h-online.com works,

Only www.h-online.com works, h-online.com redirects to heise.de, still good.

.htaccess configuration

They would not need to register an additional domain, so it's probably just a configuration issue they need to be told about.

heise.de

Well, still good, but I don't think my two years of high school German is going to allow me to read it.

But I'm happy about the return of heise online. It was always on my browser bookmarks toolbar before their demise.

Use www.h-online.com, not

Use www.h-online.com, not h-online.com.
if you really want to read heise.de run it through google translate, it does a bearable job.

Wikipedia

What's important is that search engines crawl all their articles and links from many sites, including Wikipedia, are not broken anymore.

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