"I'd create a seperate page for Newsletter signup and then add the Newsletter as a menu item.
I'd also run your site through one of the browser checkers.
It breaks up when I load it into AOL.
There are plenty of widgets for forms on…"
If you can navigate wordpress.com having your own site is no big deal. It's like learning to drive…"
"You should have a php file with a reference to the author's name...
just take it out of the file,
save the file
and you should be good to go...
if you can't find it let us know what theme you're using so we can help
and what version…"
"Blogger/Blogspot doesn't allow you to redirect. You'll have to manually put in your new URL in sites where you have been listed or referenced.
You'll probably need to manually change the RSS feed too.
You might try going to AddMe and…"
"It will be listed un the Dashboard heading "Appearance", "Themes". You may have more than one theme installed, the current theme is listed at the top of the page, It may have a "Theme Options" page where you set up…"
I don't work with blogger but I'd suggest runnning the site on different browsers and making sure it isn't breaking apart.
That will help you decide if it needs major work or just some cosmetic…"
GREAT site!!! Not pitiful... in fact looks unique and is original. So... I'd "maybe" update the theme but I'd review your site stats and see what works and what doesn't. Sometimes branding is a GOOD thing!!!
There's lots of good help here. Blogger or Wordpress? And the link to your site.
If you're using Wordpress most of the work is just installing a new theme and plugins. Not much HTML required.
I do work at…"
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