Wednesday 31 March 2010

Sorry! My blog is acting up!

Guys, I'm sorry if you keep getting my D post on your feed. Something really weird is going on with my scheduling. For some reason my blog doesn't want to schedule it, it keeps posting it despite the date being set at the 5th. Hmmm ... I guess I'll just have to leave it as a draft ... Any ideas?


  1. I don't pick you up on my feed, but my suggestion would be to follow yourself and se if that lends any light to the mystery? Good luck!

  2. LOL. Just followed myself and yes it posted twice. Once during draft stage when I accidentally hit a wrong button and once after I scheduled it and it posted itself. hahaha. Oh well - everyone knows what I'm posting on Monday now :)

  3. It's happened to me before. I just keep hitting the "publish" button after saving it as a draft until it behaves itself. Let me know if it works...good luck. :(

  4. Well I didn't see it yet so I'll be surprised. I was having a similar problem when I first started scheduling posts. I have gotten into the habit of repeated hitting the "save" button after everything I do-- it's almost become an OCD thing. I don't feel comfortable unto I see my post in the list and it says "Scheduled" for the correct day.

  5. It says that the page dosen't exist. but will try again later.

  6. I've had a bit of trouble with things posting ahead of schedule or slipping into draft when they were scheduled. Don't know what the problem is, but it's aggravating.

    On another note, I had to try four times before I could get your blog to open today. That's probably my problem, though.

    Straight From Hel

  7. Your ahead of me I didn't even know you could schedule posts...silly me...but my blog was acting funny this am too! Must just be the blog-o-sphere having a pms day!

  8. Yeppers I kept seeing that post in my blogspot feed. Hope you get it solved!! Good luck!


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