Monday, April 23, 2012

Blogger Cluster$#%!

Blogger, in its infinite wisdom, has decided to completely change the editing page, and I've found my posts are loading with no spacing. It seems that you also cannot contact Blogger directly to get an answer on any of these issues. I'll keep trying to solve this. I was hoping to post an article today, but it will be postponed now.

11 comments:

MimiTabby said...

ironic you're trying to talk about Saturn. :)

Willow said...

If anyone knows anything about this issue (how to fix it?), let me know. I won't be able to post until this is solved. Sigh.

Anonymous said...

Looks OK to me...

Willow said...

That's because I took down the post I was refering to...and this one doesn't have any spacing in it.

Anonymous said...

I use Wordpress, so my apologies if this doesn't make sense for your platform, but have you tried adding line breaks in the html? I have to do that sometimes when Wordpress decides to ignore all spacing commands (randomly, it seems). A pain, I know. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

In the top left corner, on top of the entry box in which you write your post, there are 2 options: compose and html. Make sure you have compose checked or else you'll end up with no spaces.
Hope this helps:)

Willow said...

Ahhh, you guys rock! Thank-you. That fixed it - either putting it back on Compose or adding the line breaks in HTML.

I was considering moving to WordPress because of this...might still do that, though I'm leery, as I've heard it sometimes doesn't migrate all the posts. You also lose all your comments, tags, and pictures. Though I do like that you can make separate pages in WordPress. That's the big draw.

Anonymous said...

I've gone back and forth between the two and have abandoned WP for now. You can make pages with blogger, too. I don't know if this is a new thing or what. The new layout is disconcerting. Glad to see you up and running again.

Willow said...

Oh, yeah, now that you mention it, I see you can make pages on Blogger now, too. Must be new.

One nice thing about WordPress is you can pay another site to host your blog, so if WordPress ever goes down, your blog should stay available.

Willow said...

I have to say, this new editor is unwieldy. It lags and just seems needlessly cumbersome. Let's hope they are still working the kinks out?

Willow said...

But I do love that you can have page tabs now.