As I noted yesterday, the website is having more of its screw-ups. The initial problem did get fixed, but a new one has cropped up.
At the moment, the website seems to look basically okay (with one minor problem still there). But earlier today, the vertical bar on the right had disappeared. That's the thing with linking information to Amazon, the Author bio, Archive links and Categories. As a result, the margins were very narrow, and the text in a blog post was very loooooong.
Also, there were no "Previous" page and "Next" page links at the bottom. And so, without those and without the Archive links, there was no way for a reader to see anything else on the website other that this first page.
All that is fixed now. What's missing -- if the site looks a bit odd -- is that the "wallpaper" on the sides is still gone.
I'm sorry for the glitches. And it's very annoying to me, especially since they seem to occur semi-regularly. At some time ahead, I may reach the point where I port the website to another service. That's a huge bother and expensive, but if these problems keep occurring, who knows? We'll see.
In the meantime, sorry that the site was wonky, but at least now it seems to be fine. But that could change at any moment, I suppose.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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