Why did my blog disappear? [more inside]
Can you help me find currently-active anonymous or pseudonymous bloggers? Niche is fine (e.g. mommybloggers, warbloggers, foodbloggers), but more popular/well-known is better. [more inside]
Considering starting a personal, moderately-multimedia blog. Leaning towards Blogger... but I have questions and concerns. [more inside]
A friend of mine recently deleted her Google account, but she didn't know this action would also delete her Blogger blog. How can she recover it? [more inside]
Are there any tools to make Blogger commenting easier (posting links, etc.)? [more inside]
Book-blog hosting: Is there a free and easy blog host that allows me to use my own Amazon affiliate links? [more inside]
What's wrong with my blog? Using Blogger, everything appears normal and functioning within the Blogger "Dashboard", but the content has turned all wonky on me. Help! [more inside]
Moving from Blogger to Wordpress: Can I pay someone to have it done? [more inside]
Blogging 201: Let's kick it up a notch! [more inside]
What settings should I use to create a del.icio.us 'thingy' to feed daily links to my Blogger blog? [more inside]
I want to set up a photoblog, preferably within or in conjuction with my Blogger blog. I thought that Google recently acquired a company that might be doing this in the future, any word? If this is unlikely, what are the best alternatives? What if I don't care if it works well with Blogger, is there anything that is good and free that can serve my needs?
Blogging application that includes line-numbering? I'd like to publish content for peer review, in chonologic blog format, with automatic line numbering, so that people can comment, by line number, on my writing. Obviously, the line breaks and numbers have to be the same for everyone. AfterDinner.com offers this functionality, though it isn't really a blogging application. I'm a veteran Blogger user, and willing to do a little bit of creative coding (eg: light hacking of Moveable Type). Any help?
blogger woes: I've been trying publish (for the very first time) via Blogger, but every single time I press 'publish' I get the same error - "There Were Errors in Publishing. dk.eos.net.FtpError: Login incorrect." I know for a fact that the ftp username and password Im using are correct, so what the heck am I doing wrong?? I've been fidding with this for over an hour and I'm losing my mind!! I thought Blogger was supposed to be easy!