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Blog overrun!!

Discussion in 'ARRSE: Site Issues' started by Fugly, May 31, 2007.

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  1. Fugly

    Fugly LE DirtyBAT

    The index page for me suddenly seems to be full of nothing but links to Blog entries from 2005.

    Every refresh brings a new list up. New posts on the site are on the index page for about 10 seconds.

    CO's - whatever you clicked, unclick it!
  2. Agreed! COs, HELP!
  3. My eyes my eyes!

    I thought I had gone mad there for a mo, I'm glad you noticed it too Fuggers..
  4. Looks like the COs are creating a new 'Blogs' forum. That's all. Relax.
  5. why do so many bloggers not want comments?
  6. I got all scared that people might actually see my ramblings.

    Please make them go away!
  7. They're being moved across from Blogs to the forum. I imagine the COs have locked them to facilitate this.
  8. I also noticed that. think it now defaults to no comments. Just changed mine.
  9. Bad CO

    Bad CO LE Admin Reviews Editor Gallery Guru

    Apologies, that was a bit more dramatic than I had hoped! Still it was a once only event that has linked the blogs to the forum. Hopefully it will mean that we get more comments/interest in the blogs.
  10. I may be wrong on this or the drama is not yet complete but ....

    comments that were there have now gone!
  11. Bad CO

    Bad CO LE Admin Reviews Editor Gallery Guru

    ARRSE ..... this one is going to have to wait to be solved I'm afraid.
  12. no probs ... just thought I'd point it out.
  13. Bad CO

    Bad CO LE Admin Reviews Editor Gallery Guru

    Thanks for that - it has meant that I've been able to save a back up of the database which means that they aren't permanently lost. Getting them back in is the tricky bit though!
  14. its happening again... help!
  15. A temporary glitch is the time-arrse continuum.