The Millennium Dome's days as a theme park may be drawing to an end, but the Dome experience will live on through its website in a cut-down form next year.
It will take the form of a review of the year from mid-January, with its final destination likely to be as a sub-section within the government's Millennium Commission website later in the year as the original commission runs out in March 2001.
Since December 1998, it has generated 50 million page impressions, including 25 million page impressions between 6 January to 2 November this year.
However, just like the real Dome, the website has suffered a few setbacks lately. A mistake in the transfer of a DNS server between web hosting companies last week left the website down from 7 to 12 December.
Although the Dome switched web hosting firms back in April, a spokesman said the server had not been handed over until it became necessary after the IP addressing for the website's ticketing services was changed.
Now back in operation, it will run in its present form until the new year. The site runs Microsoft IIS4.0 on Windows NT4.
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