I had problems for a while with readers being able to leave a comment
I confess I have never read anything by the author Blogger Layout before and am not sure if he's really worth reading, who would you say he's influenced by the most, Glitch, Gremlin or Format-problem ?
Mel, I had that problem before too. Fortunately it was resolved. But this layout issue is a pain.Kevin, trust me, the writer is a bore. Made me want to try the latest book by Word Press instead.
I've often found that commenting in Bloggers comment box by phone is quite hazardous, I've often lost complete replies posted, they've just vanished when I've pressed submit, I now copy before submitting just in case & then I'm prepared.PS, Have tried the works of Wordpress, when I first started, in fact ran my blog on both, to see which was more suitable for me. Wordpress was dumped because (a) although there's a spam filter, Wordpress seemed to attract more spam (b) my computer skills were more basic than they are now & Blogger was more intuitive & (c) the Blogger site took off, whereas the Wordpress sort of just floundered.
Gary, I remember I used to visit your Wordpress. I think mirror sites are useful as a kind of back-up. I once had a long post that I accidentally deleted and Blogger auto-saved the empty post. Anyway, my present problem is that all the page elements (blog posts, blog archive, images, followers, readers, about me, etc.) all appear in one column, at least as I browsing it now. Someone said there are 2 columns. Odd.
UPDATE: It appears that my installation of the latest update of Avira antivirus affected the blog's display of widgets and gadgets in my computer. But using another pc I also see the original layout.