Author Archives: Brent Viljoen

Yola News 8

Service Restored

Service has now been restored to the hosting environment and all published sites should now respond as usual. An unusual combination of events caused a temporary networking hiccup to become a bigger problem that affected our hosting environment.  We’ve identified a way to avoid this type of failure in future, and will be implementing it shortly. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your support as we work to improve … Read more

Yola News One Response

Service Interruption

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties. Users may get an error when trying to access published sites. We are investigating the problem and hope to have the service restored as quickly as possible. We apologize for this service interruption and will post updates here as soon as the problem is resolved.

Yola News 9

Latest SynthaSite Release (2.2.4)

We’ve just released the latest set of SynthaSite features. The highlight is that the color palette of many of our styles can now be changed. We were really keen to get this feature out as soon as possible so that we could get your feedback so please let us know what you think! In the future we will make it possible for you to set individual properties of the style … Read more

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Yola News 17

Service Restored

The problem that prevented some users from creating sites has been resolved and the service is fully restored. Our user base has grown substantially over the past few months and we have been working hard to make sure that our infrastructure can accommodate the increased traffic. Last night we unexpectedly reached capacity on one of our servers which is why new users were temporarily unable to create new sites. It … Read more

Yola News 4

Amazon Web Services Restored

The problem that we experienced earlier today with Amazon’s S3 service has been resolved. There is no official notice as yet to explain what the problem was. All functionality has however been restored and site publishing is now enabled. We apologize yet again for any inconvenience caused and assure you that we will be taking steps to ensure that this problem is not repeated.