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State of the Archive

I just started a two month medical leave of absence from work, so I have more time on my hands, unexpectedly. So, I was wondering what I could do to help make the archive more accessible, or what issues you would like addressed. Also, I have been approached by the […]

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Real Life Concerns

We’re ok right now, but my husband was just transferred to the hospital in Boise because he had a heart attack today. I’m freaking out and a little scared, but trying to cope. Donate on PayPal to Help

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New Looks

So, I have been busy over the last few weeks, updating files, rewriting script, even making new responsive skins for the archive to make it as accessible as possible. I have loved having the support of you guys cheering me on from the background, It has made this a very […]

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Archive now compatible with PHP 8.0.

You guys, I am so happy right now, like more than I can explain. I just updated eFiction to work with php 8.0. I am not actually a programmer or computer person my trade; I’m a medical scientist. I am more a early adapter, brute force, how do I make […]

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PHP Issues

So, eFiction runs on PHP 7.4, which is outdated. I was able to roll back my website to support this, but I was informed, today, by my webhost that they will no longer support that. They will leave 7.4 available for the time being for an extra fee, but it […]

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Beta Testing

I have preliminary versions of the websites active. Not all of the files/stories are connected/online and I don’t know if I will ever be able to reproduce what went before as much was lost. I have things working to the best of my ability, if some of you guys want […]

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Archive in Progress

I am currently putting the finishing touches on uploading what I still have of the archive online. It is a work in progress, and I do not have the final version that was taken down in 2016 when I could no longer afford the hosting bill. The archive will be […]

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Past and Present

Heliopolis closed in January 2016, after hosting costs for the then 18 year old archive rose beyond my means to maintain them. This site, while a labor of love, was a huge time and monetary commitment. I have maintained the domain ever since, though, because I loved what it represented, […]

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