Leave Settings, CMS Server, to frankmcpherson.net:8080.
Leave File, Outline Settings to the default.
If I do the above I can write and publish updates to the AWS S3 bucket hosting blog.frankmcpherson.org.
The Home and Eye icons in Fargo point to [outline name].frankmcpherson.net so it is not bringing up blog site.
All of the navigation links that Fargo creates for the breadcrumbs at the top of the page are pointing to [outline name].frankmcpherson.net so they do not work. (See the links at the top of the page.)
It's strange how once an outline stops publishing, I can never get it to start again. It seems no matter how often I add something to testing3, it never publishes.
Ok, I think I figured that out. I had changed the outline, settings, CMS, site URL to the AWS URL that displays the site. I decided to change it back to testing3.frankmcpherson.net and now it is publishing. I wonder if that is related to fpRedirect?
Curious to see whether I need to redirect the top level URLs. Don't know what will happen here.
Oops! Forgot to source the profile after making the change. Shut down, restart, let's see what happens now.
Well that didn't make any difference, but at least it is now publishing consistently.
I thought I would see if I could create a second note today. Did this work?
It did. I am going to switch back to the smallpict publisher to update my work notes.
I am writing my notes about this testing and they can be accessed via my work notes blog.
Well, now it's not publishing anything!
Ok, switch to frankmcpherson.net:8080, created a new outline and did a render all pages and everything appears!
I tried to create a CNAME and point it to the S3 bucket that but didn't do anything.