You are totally correct. First time I posted my first post I had the posts set up in a way that they were showing full content (not excerpts). After that I changed it to only show excerpts, and posted two additional posts. Then, when I saw that the codeproject wasn't pulling in my blog feed I changed the posts settings back to the full content, but that didn't help so I was lost.
Currently posts are set to show full content, thereby the feed shows the full content of all posts.
I have been trying to publish this article for AppInnovation. But everytime that I click on Publish it gives an error: "The content is either too short or default". The article looks fine when I Preview it. The article ID is: 640977
This error is thrown even though the lenght of the article is substantial. Any suggestions as to what should I do?
I published article 633935 last night and noticed that the exe and source links are not displayed on the article. Though, when I do an 'edit', the two zip files are checked to be included in the article. Is there any additional things I need to do?
Below two Tip/Trick posted by me. As author my reputation is showing 2,172 but when I calculate on below given statistic it comes around 2900 points. Can anybody help me in understanding the point calculation process.
I started a new article yesterday, saved it in draft and then "don't publish" "save" button form, and was happy. This morning, I added some more to it, and all was good.
Now I try to edit it...and it's gone. All the content is back to the default blank version - no title, no text, no code, no images...
I know I have problems with the silly submission wizard thing, but this is really annoying - it's never done that to me before! Any chance (pretty please, beg, grovel) you can find it - or even a recent one from before this morning would do.
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