The Blogging Forecast Today: 2

Today’s blogging weather
in Haiku.

cloudy metaphors
scattered adjective showers
gags debatable

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5 thoughts on “The Blogging Forecast Today: 2

  1. In my reader, they often just show up as the image, but I learned a while back to click on it to see if there was text attached, and there usually is. Love this haiku as always:-)


    1. Yes, I think the reader just shows the image first if you put that as the first thing on your post, the post on the actual blog front page is where it shows the entire thing as well as the picture. Glad you liked the haiku when you got here though!

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    1. Valid reasoning Lucy.

      I tend to think yours is right for you and your blog where the content is pretty much always a type of (gloriously illustrated, funny and thought-provoking) cartoon post, whereas I like to have a main page because I have different specific categories of idiotic content (and there are some who only come for the idiot Haiku for example… weird people, y’know?) and I like the idea of a magazine style front page teasing the virtues of the content. OK, teasing… it’s the teasing I like to do really.

      On the other hand, I’m probably overthinking it for a blog that has about 10 genuine readers at the moment.


      1. **STOP PRESS** I have, at last, found the way.

        There used to be a ‘Read More’ tag easily accessible and obvious on the old editor… couldn’t find it in the Guttenburg one before, assumed it was lost in the move of editor somewhere, but it is there after all, just a different name now. ‘More’ and a bit buried in the endless scrolling of options under ‘Design’.

        So I can do one introductory text line, insert the ‘More’ tag after it but before the verse or short posting itself, and then only the one line appears in both the reader and on the blog main page.



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