Britannica.com, which suffered from its own phenomenal success when it launched last month, is trying to get its site up again - and this time it looks like it's working.
The flood of traffic Britannica.com got when it put its print volumes and additional content up on a free website in October caused the whole thing to crash.
Britannica.com has now got the site back up and running, and a spokesperson for the company said "it is holding up well."
The company, which was getting around 15 million hits a day, has now decided to ramp up gradually.
Britannica.co.uk is scheduled to launch next year.
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