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HikingNature is Back

March 25th, 2010 · No Comments · misc

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

After being down for a few weeks, the HikingNature blog is finally back up and running.  The problem was, the blog was being hosted by web host A, which I left due to high expense – so I am now with web hosting company B. However, importing my blogs into the newly-created account at the new web host was more complicated than I initially assumed, so it has taken a while to work out the bugs.

The most noticeable issue currently affecting this HikingNature blog is the lack of photos. In almost every spot where a photo should be, all that is showing up is the ALT tag – or short description – of the photo that should be there. This occurred because my photos were sourced from many various sites, and folders. Ideally, these photos would all have been in the same place.

So now, one of many major tasks before me is to locate these images, get them uploaded again, and then correct the code in each blog post containing a missing photo.  This is going to take some time; however, I know it is very important: beautiful photos are one of the main attractions of this Nashville hiking blog, and the images really do add quite a bit to the posts in which they are included.

Even the large, Nashville hiking-related header images that are supposed to appear at the top of each page are missing; I believe I can find them and get them going again.

Many thanks to the people who are still subscribing to this hiking blog (even after it being down for a while), and to those new folks who have registered to a blog that is missing its main images!

I am looking forward to spending more time re: the care and feeding of this Nashville hiking blog, and documenting my Nashville hiking experiences at Radnor Lake and elsewhere, and of course, including many fantastic photographs taken during these hikes.

Please check back soon!

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