Hmmm… I made a really large post last night and noticed it didn’t load on the blog roll.
So I tried posting it again. No luck.
So I drafted both to see if the post itself was holding back the load.
I’ve done this before. I had been happily blogging away for a good week when I noticed that my posts weren’t loading in the blogroll. I googled until the ends of the earth to try and figure out why. There were no answers except one. Someone wrote it could be due to corrupt html within that post.
So I promptly went back to the original post where the loads stalled. Cut and pasted the html code, loaded it onto my test blog, and deleted the original.
BAM! The blogroll immediately flooded a week’s worth of posts into the blog roll.
So here we go again. Same issue. No loading. But this time I simply put the posts in draft mode to see if it works.
So, this is a test. I’m going to hit publish and see if this one loads. If it does, drafting a problematic post is the way to go. If it doesn’t, I’m going to remove it from the blog and report back.
I shall be back with more answers… unless you know them. And if you do, please share!
Redrafting the last post that didn’t go up on the blogroll worked! YES!!!
So there you have it. Redraft the last post that didn’t load. The rest just may.
How to redraft a published post
Go back into your published post like you’re going to edit it.
Your post will be taken offline and left in draft mode.