Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Blogger Sucks

I have been trying for two or three days to post more pictures from Paris, but Blogger won't load them.  I cleared my cache, and got two to load no problem, but then it stopped.

I've fired off an angry and probably useless message to the Help forum (apparently Blogger has no staff), but does anyone have any other suggestions for me to try??

Your reward for your help is more pictures from Paris! :-)


  1. Is it Blogger, or the server? Maybe a funky connection? I am pretending to have a sense about these things.
    Whatever it is I hope it resolves asap!

  2. I think it's a systemic issue and not just you. Try uploading your photos to a third party site like Photobucket. You can link to the photos that way. It's what I use and I've never had any issues.

    Probably just jinxed myself...

  3. My suggestion is, switch to WordPress...

  4. I have no suggestions to you while you're away. When you return, you need to download FREE Microsoft Live Writer for FREE. Oh and it's FREE. You compose the entire blog, pictures and all offline and then it all uploads to Blogger. It's FREE.

  5. It's one of those random blogger things. I was down for weeks!!!

  6. I have no clue. Last Wednesday I couldn't get a picture to load... then two days later, no problem.
    I think it's a Blogger Bug.

  7. Yes, as you can see, you were not the only one! :-) Blogger surprises, no helpdesk... possibly, possibly some answer from the forum...

  8. I think I've suggested to you about a year ago to try out Windows Live Writer. I've been using it for over a year and will never go back to posting from Blogger. I compose everything on Windows Live Writer, including photos, which are able to be edited through WLW, as well.

    And as soon as you're done composing, click publish and WLW publishes your blog post for you. Easey peasey!

    Do it. You'll never go back to Blogger posting again.



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