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Turning off snapshots

Edited post – corrected misconception mentioned in comments.

How to turn of snapshots by Lorelle VanFossen which is not out of date.

I discovered that under Design >> Extras (click the item to turn off snapshots ).

Also it seems that wordpress is driving it’s customers to BUY necessary features and I am deciding to stop using wordpress because of this.

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May 10, 2008 - Posted by | Uncategorized

4 Comments »

  1. Just curious, because I’m not understanding. WordPress.com has not asked you to buy any feature. They enabled this by default when installing, as they do many features, but it’s free.

    I’m sure you have other reasons to stop using WordPress.com but this one is free and by choice.

    And I’m also not sure what you mean by “link out of date”?

    Comment by Lorelle VanFossen | May 10, 2008 | Reply

  2. I mean that if I want to edit my CSS I have to pay and it is free at Google. I just wanted to make it 100% instead of ###px . As far as the link, I meant the methods at the link may be out of date.

    Comment by paulmohr | May 10, 2008 | Reply

  3. The methods are not out of date on my article, so thanks for clarifying that.

    I understand that Google allows free CSS editing, but I’ve never understood why so many Blogspot blogs are so ugly. Maybe because few know how to use CSS.

    Thanks for clearing up the confusion for me.

    Comment by Lorelle VanFossen | May 12, 2008 | Reply

  4. I corrected the post to indicate your methods are not out of date. I looked into the background of WordPress and WordPress.org. I am an avid ( and monetary ) supporter of free and open source software. It seems that there could be a better way to support WordPress than charging for features which exist in competing products. I looked through your blog and I find it interesting,

    Comment by paulmohr | May 12, 2008 | Reply


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