Sunday, March 30, 2014

How to post a comment

A learning experience is one of those things that says,
'You know that thing you just did? Don't do that.' 

Douglas Adams 



We love our technology but sometimes it lets us down.  From previous Camino blogs I know that some people found it easy to post comments while others tried several times only to find their comments had wandered off on their own camino, never to be seen again.

But have faith. Posting a comment usually works if you follow the steps below. My 80-something mum, Helen, is a regular Camino 'commentator' and was one of the first to post a comment on this latest blog!  Just saying ...

Posting a comment


To post a comment you need to be 'in the blog'. If you are receiving the posts by email, click on the post title to take you through to the blog. Just to confuse things, what you see may vary depending on how you've accessed the post, but this will give you the general idea.
  1. Scroll to the end of the post. You may see a text box straight away (go step 2).  Or you may see hyperlinked words No comment, 1 comment, 3 comments etc, depending on whether others have already posted a comment.  Click on the hyperlink.
  2. Type your comment in the text box.
  3. Before you are able to publish your comment, you'll be asked to choose an identity - the easiest option is to choose Name/URL. Type in your name as you want it to appear. Leave the URL blank.
  4. You may be asked to type in a verification code (anti-hacking device to ensure you're human and not a virus!).
  5. Then choose Publish your comment.
Voila!
Or just send me an email to my usual address. Either way, I will be very happy to hear from you.

In the meantime, here's a glimpse of Le Puy-en-Velay, the starting point of the Camino Le Puy.  In my next post, I'll let you know how I came to choose this Camino this time.

J. x

Le Puy-en-Velay, France


4 comments:

  1. thanks for your kind recommendation Jay. Having said that I just lost this one when almost finished. Perhaps I need more tuition from my grandchilden like the first camino!! Like so many of your friends I'll be looking for my blog each morning and will feel bereft when you reach Santiago and they finish. spent yesterday(a wet and dreary day) studying your wonderful map - printed it out, marked your trails and I'm all set to go. Happy camino to us all and a safe return home. love Mumxx

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  2. Testing, testing......1234

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  3. Ha,ha,ha!!!!! Silly me!!!!
    Xx

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  4. WHAT A MARVELLOUS START RUNNING INTO SO MANY OF YOUR OLD OR SHOULD I SAY FORMER FRIENDS. THE PICS ARE REALLY GREAT. NO DOUBT YOU'RE ABREAST OF THE GORRIE DOINGS - I'M LAID UP WITH A COUPLE OF BROKEN RIBS AFTER A NASTY FALL IN OUR FRONT GARDEN MAINLY NUISANCE. JUST HAVE TO BE PATIENT. LOOK FORWARD TO VERY INTERESTING UPDATES. DAD & ELAINE

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