We’ve Moved… to a FASTER Server

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I just wanted to give you a quick update. First, a big THANK YOU. The launch of Anabolic.org has been highly successful. Traffic has been much higher than we anticipated… and we’re being widely referenced on the web. We love the attention, and hope it keeps up (please keep spreading the word!). One thing we have noticed, however, is that page-load speeds have been poor. Perhaps this is a result of the rapid spike in traffic, or just the basic high demands we place on our servers. As you may know, each of our key drug profiles queries and sorts through a large pharmaceutical product database to return availability information. Simultaneously, it is loading a large photo gallery, sometimes including many dozens of pictures. This is a bit more than the average web page, obviously.

This is something we needed to address. Instead of reducing the features, we’ve decided to move our site to a better environment. This is what we’ve been working on in recent weeks, which unfortunately has kept us pretty busy. Our apologies for not updating the site during this transition. But we’re back on track now. The migration of anabolic.org is complete, and our new server is MUCH FASTER. Hopefully, you’ll noticed the dramatic improvement in page-load times as you browse. Our new location is also much more secure, so we have to worry (much less anyway) about being hacked. One issue we’ve run into, however, is that our forums aren’t running properly under the new secure environment. So we have taken them down until we can find a better solution.

Thank you for understanding, as well as all of the support. We look forward to continuing the buildout of our site, and offering the most extensive anabolic database for many years to come… all for free, of course.

By | 2017-04-07T01:10:36+00:00 July 29th, 2015|Categories: Uncategorized|2 Comments

About the Author:

William Llewellyn is a researcher in the field of human performance enhancement. He is also author of the bestselling ANABOLICS book series, most recently the ANABOLICS 10th Edition. William is an active supporter of the harm reduction community, and currently serves as honorary lecturer at the Centre for Public Health at Liverpool John Moores University.


  1. Angelo August 1, 2015 at 12:11 am - Reply

    YES!!!! It was frustrating at times. Great news though and I’m betting many people are happy weather they comment or not.

  2. Frank August 3, 2015 at 11:15 am - Reply

    What happened to the Forum you had? The was some very good dialog happening.

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