From the url structure it appears to be a subdomain of daz3d’s.
Right. The key part is whatever goes immediately before the .com (or .org, or .co.uk, or what have you). so example.daz3d.com should be fine; daz3d.example.com or example-daz3d.com might not be (could be a phishing site or something else you want to steer clear of).
I get a blank page when I click on the link… What are you people hiding from me… hmm?
To make matters worse, my office chair just broke when I typed that last “hmm”.... Luckily my catlike reflexes prevented me from falling into the pit in back of me (I really have to put a board over that or something).
I smell a conspiracy….
Nope… thats just an old cheese wheel that rolled into the pit…. I really gotta cover that up.
From the url structure it appears to be a subdomain of daz3d’s. Maybe they’re going to start offering a web magazine, or were thinking of it at one time.
I’d guess that the ‘mag’ in ‘magweb’ refers to Magento, which is the e-commerce engine that the new store/site runs on.
‘ca1-magweb.daz3d.com’ is probably the name of an individual machine in the cluster of machines that serves the DAZ site (or perhaps a development machine). Apparently there’s an error in a configuration file somewhere, or a hard-coded reference to a specific machine in their code.
You know, looking at the thread title reminded me that based on current scientific theories, that statistically there are probably thousands of alternate universes where the new DAZ site actually works well AND looks good… unfortunately in at least 15,699 of them we are all giant, hat wearing cockroaches.