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How to recover a lost post at Blogger.com
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/08/2005 08:43:00 PM.

If you are not using any other alternative method (like plain old simple CTRL+A and CTRL+C), that makes sure your post dont get lost in the cyberspace, as Blogger is having some problems these days, here is a little tip for you.

Sometimes, due to circumstances beyond your control, your post may seem to vanish into thin air. The Internet is a dangerous place: browsers can crash, network connections can go down just when you click "Publish," or you may just accidentally move on to a new page without realizing you had an unfinished post left behind you.

Luckily, we've got a nifty little feature that can save you from a lot of these cases. Periodically, as you write a post, the text of your post will get saved to a cookie on your browser. That way, even if something crashes, you may still be able to get your text back. Just go back to the posting form and look for the "Recover post" link:

Click that link, and anything that was saved in the browser's cookie will be filled into the posting form. You're saved!

Notes:

  • This feature is not guaranteed to work every time you lose a post, but it's always worth a shot.
  • You'll need to be logged in to the same blog that lost the post, and on the same browser, in order for this to work.
  • Don't type anything new in the posting form before trying to recover or that new text may overwrite your old cookie.
Source: Blogger.com


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2 Comments:

  • Yeah - I saw that icon last night when I was making a Post - had to reload a whopping 25+ times for the 2 posts I made - later wanted to edit one sucker and never got down to saving the changes I left it as it is -

    Blogger needs to improve or this blogging revolution will fizzle off. I have my fingers crossed

    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 4/08/2005 09:01:00 PM  

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    By Blogger Teeth Maestro, at 4/08/2005 09:01:00 PM  

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