Well, readers, Google has switched its Blogger over to a new format. I can't find anything about it that is improved, but that might be codgerism. Most all the changes are on the back end and not visible to readers.
However, there is one thing and that is sad for me and the blog: I cannot place the pictures so that the text wraps around them. I love placing the pictures amid the text. Nonetheless, until something changes or I learn the trick (hoping there is a trick), I'll just put the pictures at the end.
If any of you know a work-around (hack?) or a bonafide procedure, please let me know!
Thank you for your patience and any help -
I too am not pleased with the new blogger. Perhaps embedded pix centered within text between lines will be an option for you. Good luck.ReplyDelete
I have a blog of my own and I can navigate placing images and the like. I can show you a few things if you are interested. Let me know :)
Yes indeedy -- very interested. The contact form on each page of the blog will get you to me. Thank you!Delete
The new blogger format is just AWFUL. Of course, people can learn tricks to navigate, etc, but that doesn't make it NOT awful.ReplyDelete
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is this blog still being maintained?ReplyDelete
It will be within a couple of months. I'm on time out for personal reasons including a change of life and move, so can't concentrate properly. ThanksDelete
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Bloggers have changed a lot in their own way. Which can only be seen by a blogger blog administrator.ReplyDelete
But here we are talking. About uploading blogger photos. I don't think it's possible now. The interface we are getting. We will have to adopt that.
I'm looking forward to seeing more from this blog! I've recently gotten interested in Emily Dickinson (and poetry in general) and your analysis is really lovely to read!ReplyDelete
Dear Mrs. Kornfeld, I really don’t know why google diceded to change the format and why the result is so bad. I just hope to see it and arrange the problem.ReplyDelete
Your blog is one of my favorites!
Hi Susan, will you be resuming this blog soon? It’s such a great resource.ReplyDelete
Back to Samuel Bowles and Man in the moon poem— couldn’t the negative comment re Holiday (s) refer the the alcoholic film that drinking sometimes produces?ReplyDelete
No, I really don't think so. She is writing about how much she misses the man and how she takes comfort in the moon that she likens to him. She is greatly pained if even clouds block her vision of 'him'. But even that blocking is better than learning he were dead. It's hard to substitute that take with 'if he had been drinking too much at Christmas' or somesuch.Delete
But it is a good habit to speculate and question, so thank you for the question.
Move on WordPressReplyDelete