This one did not work. Set up was not right some how. But, not a loss because I do have Open Live Writer which does work to post to all my Blogger Blogspot sites. Not an auto poster, but I can build a post, keep it in draft and then publish it to Blogger without opening another window to the Blogger blog/ site.
Do you do anything with old (or current) Blogger blogs?
Source: Blogger auto poster – Home
Most of the fixes I have found for this tell you to change your settings to allow third party cookies in your web browser. Whether or not that works, I’m not willing to enable this. Why should I let more advertisers keep track of what I do online? No thanks!
Last time I could not comment on YouTube I found a fix for it. But, that was about a year ago and there is a new glitch now. (See below).
Everything seems fine until I click the screen inside the comment box… For a moment the comment window shows text saying “Opening…” when that is gone so is my ability to comment. My Google+ avatar disappears. The comment post button ghosts (greys) out. I can type in a comment but I can not save or publish it.
I am logged in to both YouTube and Google. So far I can only comment as a reply to an existing comment. I can not create a comment myself.
- I have cleared my cache.
- I have logged out and logged in again.
- I went in and deleted all my cookies.
- I changed YouTube settings in my Google+ account, etc.
- I allowed YouTube to set cookies by changing my AdBlock/ AdKiller filters.
But… I still can not create a comment.
The fix is easy. Click the link above for the explanation.
If your Google Adsense ads are showing up green you must be using the Google Publisher Toolbar in your web browser. Just as I do.
I had this problem and could not find much about it online. There were posts in the Google Help forums but the advice did not mention just turning off the Ad overlays feature. (Maybe there wasn’t a way to turn it off then).
You will need to visit each of your sites and turn this off individually.
I’m not a great coder (by far) but… I’d like to work on a plugin which would let me crosspost WordPress posts over to Blogger. Not full posts and not every post automatically, just summaries of selected posts to specific Blogger sites I have. I know part of the reason I want this is just because I don’t like seeing Blogger slowly fade away. That bugs me.
In the more practical sense, it would be a simple way of having links back to your posts. My idea is to have very tight niche blogs on Blogger and just direct the posts relevant to those niches over from my WordPress sites. I think it would work very well at directing traffic over and around.
I just have to find a plugin to do it. No luck so far – though I did find a new one to try today. I expect the end will be me trying to DIY. Source: Blogger API v3 | Blogger Developers Network