Thursday, February 28, 2019

Hello Everyone!

I have asked junior Luc Garcia O'Leary,
computer whiz kid extraordinaire,
 to share why so many of your comments are not making it thru to be published here.
It truly boggles my mind how these young ones know for much
so they can break it down for us old folks!
Thank you Luc

This is a notice regarding the site and the shutdown of Google Plus(+) earlier this month.
 If you have found yourself unable to post comments on ARTISUN on any of my recent posts, 
this is why.
 To make sure that you are able to continue making comments on the site,
 you must make sure that within Blogger you are signed in with your Blogger/Gmail Account
 and not with your old Google Plus Account. 
To ensure this,
 please go into your Blogger Settings by clicking on the icon in the top left hand corner of your screen with the Blogger logo, then navigate to the "Settings" tab and click on it.
 A new list of tabs will appear; click on "User Settings".
 What will appear is a small menu on your screen with two headers,
 "General" and "Language". 
Beneath the "General" header,
 there should be two sub-headers, "User Profile" and "Use Blogger Draft". 
To the right of "User Profile",
 you will see two options, "Blogger" and "Google+".
 If you have "Google+" selected, please instead select "Blogger". 
 click on the orange "Save Settings" tab in the top right corner of the screen. 
Now your issues should be resolved. 
 this means added widgets and functions through Google Plus(+)
 such as the +1 utility will no longer be available. 
You should now be able to comment on my website anonymously,
 using a name, 
or with your blogger/google email. 
For more information as to why Google Plus(+) was shutdown earlier this month,
 along with additional information regarding the effect on Blogger, 
please check out these attached links.
Thank You!
And a special shout out to Blogger Liz from I'm Going To Texas who brought this to my attention.

1 comment:

  1. For what it's worth, I found the transition from Blogger to WordPress to be relatively painless (but yes, there was a significant learning curve to get through) ...