Central Plateau, North Island

Central Plateau, North Island
View from a friend's farm

Thursday, 30 May 2013

HELP !!!!!



I changed my blog design, title font, layout, didn’t like it so altered it again,  and guess what…

My reader list has gone, everything else has gone , gone , gone!!! I have looked at Weebly, is that better??

I still have my list, but only a few are there, where did they go? Is this the new  Blogger reader removal starting early, or did I do something totally wrong? Any help will be so appreciated.

I don’t like my new layout  either.So that will need to be changed, is there an easy way I can go back to the old layout???

We have frost. – 0.9  Celsius , sunshine shining through the trees.

This was taken in July, 2012, our front lawn.

 Lawn frost, July 2012

Quotation of the day,

“ Beware of the unknown, it will happen unannounced”

Greetings from Jean


Nancy J said...

I have found you !!! Just a different layout, you are all at the very bottom of the page, so will change it all over again tonight. Greetings to all, Jean.

TexWisGirl said...

glad you found everything okay. google and blogger acts up enough on its own, you just never know... :)

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

Glad you found us.

I don't want to do too much changing with my blog. I chose a simple design with room to post larger photos. Computer stuff freaks me out to say the least. Hope all goes well with your blog.

Love and hugs to you ~ FlowerLady

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I'm always nervous when I change anything on my blog--Then I do, and it seems to be okay, and I think it's going to be for you too!! :-)

Nancy J said...

Thank you all, yes, I probably ticked the worng box, and it all "turned to custard", hope tomorrow back to where I started from. Lovely sunshine outside, Hugh is on the ride-on mower mulching up the leaves and tall grass. Greetings to all,Jean

Kat said...

I am glad you found us again, my friend! :-) I am afraid to change much on my blog... I can never seem to get it back where I started from.

Enjoy the change of seasons. We are starting our rainy season here now, which is typical in summer. We got over 8 inches of rain last night with more rain to come for 3 straight days. Then it will get very humid, and rain 20 minutes per day at 3pm (just like clockwork!) for the rest of the summer.

MandaBurms said...

Won't be hard to drag your items on the bottom up to side bar.Try clicking design and layout and then drag and click to how you want everything. I think it is awesome how you are keeping up with technology.
Lovely sunny day down here. No frost this morning but plenty of pukekos early hours of the am grrrrr

camp and cottage living said...

I wish I could help you, but I don't know much about blog design at all!
I hope you get some help from other,better informed friends!

Nancy J said...

I have altered it to somewhere near what I wanted this morning!!! 9.38, time for bed.Greetings to all, North and South and in-between. Jean.

Jim said...

Hi Jean! According to my 'in-house computer guy' (Ron), unless you have saved the 'old' format for your blog, it is not retrievable. It would be under 'downloads' if it was saved.
Otherwise, you have to start again.
It is COLD there!! I didn't think it got that chilly there on the North Island. Good luck sorting things out!!

KB Bear said...

I have no idea what happened so I'm no help. It sounds as if you're making progress, and I really hope that you can sort it out!

Ashling said...

Isn't it just awful when we can't familiar things? I posted something similar months ago. Sounds likeyou're back on track...and the blog looks lovely. Happy posting!

Nancy J said...

Hi all, last night I sat and worked!!! Finally, quite late, I managed to get this somewhat how I wanted. Ron, wise words.Jim, the coldest temp, recorded in NZ was at Ranfurly, Central Otago in 1903 -25.6 Celsius, = 14F. Today we have 3.6C in Alexandra, South Island .Fire is going, merino gear on standby.KB, it's sort of almost sorted, thanks. Ashling, I'm sure I ticked the wrong box, and Bingo!! everything went haywire. Greetings to all, Jean