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31 July 2007


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Did it happen when you changed your layout?


Hi Richard. I can't be absolutely certain about when it happened, but it has been in the last 24 hours (things were fine when I wrote my 'two million plastic bottles' post - which refers back to a March post - yesterday morning). So the problem is either to do with changing the layout or republishing the whole blog. But neither of those lead me to any logical reason for it's happening.

I've opened a 'help' ticket to Typepad, so I'll see if they can sort it for me.


In changing the layout this central column becomes narrower. Don't know if that has anything to do with the problem but it's something I think I had trouble with when I was fiddling about with one of my wife's blogs.

(Now that could sound like I have more than one wife but, of course, I just mean my wife has more than one blog).


No, I've switched it back to two columns and that hasn't fixed it - plus I've now lost my RSS feeder link.

If it carries on like this I'll get grumpy.

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