Got the site basically working by doing this:
METADATA "queryable" "true" "tile_source" "cache" <-- This line has to be removed. ENDOur surmise is that this problem line causes the server to construct a broken path to a cache folder that doesn't exist or isn't writable, and therefore it cannot read or construct tiles.
We now propose to have the DNS repointed so that vihistory.uvic.ca points at taprhist/www, and keep the live site there.
Greg also noticed that vihistory.ca is broken; outside of the ring it's pointing at mala.bc.ca DNS servers, so he's emailed PD to get him to fix that on the domain host.
viHistory is a web site that is a teaching, learning and research tool. It's principally about the history of Vancouver Island in British Columbia, but it is also a vehicle for exploring the larger field of Canadian history during the late 19th and early part of the 20th century. It allows census, directory and tax assessment roll data from the late 19th and early 20th centuries to be searched in many ways. It also incorporates IMaP to display historical maps. The project director is Dr. Patrick A. Dunae.
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