A soft serve machine has a bunch of little buttons and switches that it uses to make your web site look nice and easy to navigate.
You can add content, add comments, and add images, but if your site isn’t set up to use these features, you might not see the soft serve machines.
Here are some tips to help you make sure your site is ready to use them: Use a custom server.
If you’re using a hard-coded hostname like www.yourdomain.com or yourdomain.org, the soft-serve machines will only see your site if your hosting provider uses this name.
Make sure you configure the softserve machine to see your website.
This is the best way to keep your website’s hostnames separate.
This can be accomplished using the settings on your website (including your domain name).
Use a different server for your domain.
If your domain contains an IP address, you’ll need to specify a different hostname for the server to respond to requests from your site.
If it doesn’t, the server won’t be able to find your website and will show your domain as www.example.com.
Use an alternate domain name.
If the server is configured with a static IP address for the domain, you can change the domain to another, different, and unique domain name for the machine.
For example, if you want to use www.gmail.com, use www,gmail,example.co.uk.
If this isn’t possible, use another, more descriptive domain name, such as www-data.example, and try again.
If all else fails, try setting the hostname to www.google.com instead.