I flipped open the laptop and clicked on Ye Olde Blog and find it's all fucked up.
Like a good half inch of the right sidebar is off the screen.
So I got in the control panel and dicked around for about five minutes with the resolution and other shit and nothing changed as far as the Blog was concerned.
So I said fuck it and went into the template settings at Blogger and starting adjusting the widths on everything. After another good ten minutes I finally got the sonofabitch back to where I can see everything again.
I have no fucking idea what that shit was about.
Fucking with the template isn't something I usually do out of sheer boredom because it can really fuck shit up.
It took me over an hour to get it where I wanted it in the first place. Having three columns is nice but it can be touchy getting everything adjusted properly so that one sidebar isn't huge and the other squeezed off the side and crammed up.
You have to adjust both sidebars and the total width of the blog all at the same time to get everything to fit right which is why I don't understand how it got fucked up in the first place.
Fucking gremlins I tells ya.
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