I have switched my hosting, which means that (a) my site looks different and (b) a bunch of other stuff is wonky, so please bear with me as I try to facilitate the changes.
This especially affects the Diversity on the Shelf challenge posts. The current link up and the sign up page have been fixed, but I have to go back and do the other five months (January-May) some day when things are a little less hectic. All links are still in the link ups. I just have to fix them so that they actually show up when you go to the link up pages.
Also, is it just me or is the WordPress.com new “simpler” visual editor super confusing? It is less intuitive than it pretends to be and over-complicates things that are simple in the admin area. UGH. STOP THAT.
So, yes, I apologize for any broken links and exposed spoiler text. Some of that stuff I will be able to fix straight away–others, I may never discover until/unless someone points it out. So that’s that.
On the plus side, all of my stuff transferred over with minimal problems, so yay.
One thought on “site maintenance & its effect on Diversity on the Shelf link ups”
Oh, I’m glad you’re using WordPress now!
It’s much easier to follow WP blogs and also comment on them 😀 I’m sorry you have to go through all this trouble, but I’m kind of excited. Expect to see much around more from now on!