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September 16, 2008

Blogger needs a band-aid

I haven't a clue why this blog isn't showing properly. My setting are still as they should be, current months posts, everything else archived, instead every post I've made is showing and my widgets which should start in the first viewing area are clear down past the last post.

If there is a way to contact blogger I don't know what it is, the help section is mostly full of unanswered questions and girly spam.
As Fred Flintstone would say, "rackafratz".

edited on 9/20 to add zero response from Google. If it doesn't correct when the month rolls over I'll move to another service. After putting up with Ebay Glitchville for 7 years I swore I'd never do it elsewhere...way too many other options.

On the other hand, today's blessings:
A favorite client is coming by today.
We can find and order what we need online, phooey on local shops who could care less about their customers.
All my furry friends are feisty and frisky.

6 comments:

Bizarre Quilter said...

Mine is working. But I can't see your widgets...

Gee what do we do?

Sharyn said...

It has to something with the archiving feature. There should just be posts from the last 30 days. All my posts are showing. I have friends on dial up that would never get the page to load. I changed it to one week and saved...still shows all posts, with the widgets below that. Phooey.

Karen said...

That's not good. Try moving things around in layout. Reverse the order of things. Save it. They move it back to the way you had it. See if that helps.

Numismatist Facts said...

Sharyn, have you tried going to Settings, then Archiving? The first question there is about how many past posts to display (or something like that). Good luck!

Bizarre Quilter said...

Well, it's all working now, and has been for at least 5 hours.

Sharyn said...

not on my end. If I pull up just one post it looks fine but on the home page it still shows every post I've made. I'll monkey with it later. my other blogs are displaying fine... weird. Thanks for checking.