The ramblings from a small quilt shop on the South Islands West Coast of New Zealand

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Someone help me please!

I make no secret of the fact that me and technology don’t get along – in fact it’s a love hate relationship.  I love it when it works and hate it when it doesn’t – fair enough I think.

My problem is, whenever I want to get onto my blogspot and then onto my dashboard the thingy at the top of the page that says sign etc. has disappeared! 

0511-0809-0313-0154_Angry_Woman_with_a_Red_Face_clipart_imageThat was my front door to my blog spot, so how do I get it back.  At the moment the only way to get to my dashboard is by the back door – in other words I go onto a blog belonging to someone else and sign in from there.

Come on you lot, you are all so very clever surely one of you can help me, please, I don’t like sneaking in the back door.


a name Miche'le


  1. I"m not sure if I'm answering what you want to know, but if it says "design" up there (where it usually says "sign in"), then click on will THEN get to another screen where you will see Dashboard in some spot and can then click on Dashboard and see it. I guess that sounds confusing, but that's what I have to do after I'm signed in and go away from my blog and then go back in order to see the dashboard.

  2. I had this awhile ago and it finally righted it's self.....
    I have had one or two programmes play up in the last few days thus my blog today... thinking that it was my computer running slow may be there is a fault on the internet at present I have a couple of internet sites that are doing funny things .. pictures not completeing and words missing ..... but must admit blogger is not one of them... I would wait a bit longer and see what happens
    Hugs Laurie

  3. ask Chookyblue, she knows everything!!


Thankyou so much for popping by and leaving a comment. I enjoy reading your thoughts and ideas and will get back to you if needed, hugs - Miche'le

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