Trying to access the following article : https://uxdesign.cc/what-you-should-know-about-skeleton-screens-a820c45a571a
On scribe.rip : https://scribe.rip/what-you-should-know-about-skeleton-screens-a820c45a571a
Unexpectedly returns 404.
Thanks for the report. I'm able to see the article on Scribe. Are you still seeing a 404?
No, and I can't figure out why...
No worries. Might have been a Medium API glitch, or a sever glitch on my end that resolved it self. If it happens again, feel free to report it.
Well, turns out, it's the
/m/global-identity-2route that doesn't work.
Any news on this ?
I'm not sure what to tell you. When visiting the scribe URL directly the article works. When visiting the medium URL using LibRedirect it also redirects properly. I remember some weirdness with global-identity early on in scribe's life but I could never reproduce it. At the moment, I'm not interesting in diving into medium's implementation any more.
I'm sorry this is still effecting you, but I really don't want to spend any effort on it.
I'm still using Redirector because LibRedirect is overkill for this, with all those checkboxes that you have to uncheck so that it would only do a sinle thing...
However, I'm noticing that
/m/global-identityworks, i.e. without the
-2. Could you just make your server do the same thing on
/m/global-identity-2as it does on
Could you just make your server do the same thing on /m/global-identity-2
Not at the moment. The server actually had no special handling for
global-identity. I have a test for it and you're right that it does break with
global-identity-2, but I would need to rework the parsing logic to fix this which is not something I feel motivated to do right now. I understand that LibRedirect offers more than you want, but cases like this are exactly why I made it my official recommendation. It handles common domains like uxdesign.com
I may fix this in the future, but I have no timeline for that fix.