Technical Difficulties

Afflicted with odd technical difficulties. Have difficulties signing in to Blogger and WordPress which makes liking or commenting difficult to impossible. I try to work around it. A few bloggers I follow namely NIA (fixed) and Catscue (Fixed), I get no photographs at all visible to me. I think it might be a video problem or memory problem with my PC. Most of the time my feed reader does not load, so I go down my bookmarked list of the blogs I follow one by one, but that is time consuming and I cannot do it every day. I hope this will post. This is why I may be scarcer than usual.

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  1. This is an ongoing problem…varying things wrong…with all platforms and most blogs it seems. I have to use wordpress, an account I can’t even use any more to create a blog, as it insists I don’t HAVE an account!!! It’s a paradox. Some blogs are hard for me to even get to. Never with Blogger.com blogs but with WP ones.

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  2. I hope you can get your problems solved. I have has problems with Blogger putting other people’s comments into spam, and no doubt doing the same with my comments on some blogs. Now Norton has randomly decided some blogs contain malicious comment. It did it to Lunapic a couple of weeks ago when I wanted to do my Caturday Art, and yesterday even marked my own blog malicious. Why has blogging suddenly become so much harder!

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  3. A friend in IT has been helping me with my WordPress problems, which were very similar to yours. Friend thinks it’s a browser problem (I use Chrome now, but before this, Safari) combined with WordPress’ heavy use of Javascript, especially in its ads, which have increased in the past year. I get that they need to make money somehow, but when I can log in and read other people’s blogs, I often see a giant block of ads beneath the post. I wonder if the ads are causing photos and the “Like” function on WP blogs to crash or disappear from view. Anyway, good luck!

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      1. Yay! Glad you found the problem and was able to fix it. But I’m still not happy with the amount of adware and cookies WordPress puts into a user’s browser. I’ve noticed that at times Chrome becomes very, very slow when I log into WordPress. The IT friend suggested I switch from WP to a paid format like Squarespace or Bluehost because you can go ad-free and not be worried about cookies constantly tagging your browser. But blogging is just a side hobby for me, not an income-generating business or something I want to “monetize.” So for now I’m putting up with it, at least until the next crop of problems comes up (usually with the next upgrade).

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  4. Interesting, I’ve been having the same problem. However if it doesn’t give the link to view on web here and you have a VPN on, I’ve found turning the VPN off until you get those pictures then turn the VPN back on keeping in mind you’ll have to refresh the page before turning VPN back on. I know this works because I have to do it a lot with the blog 15andMeowing and others I follow. I hope this helps. Please let me know if it helped or not

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