Bloggers report this when updating their template. Some publishing by FTP. Maybe another Classic templates problem? We see currently 61 threads, the oldest started 6/1, some with multiple Bloggers posting.
>> (Edit 6/11): It appears that the workaround described below isn't 100% effective.
>> (Edit 6/4): Blogger claims to know the source of the problem, and has developed a workaround. The problem is related to Ad-Sense, and is avoided by adding a line of code to your Ad-Sense snippet. (Note): If you have multiple AdSense entries in the blog, be sure to update all entries!
<div class='adsense' style='text-align:center; padding: 0px 3px 0.5em 3px;'>
google_ad_host="pub-1556223355139109"; <== Add this line
And, after you add the "google_ad_host" entry, clear your cache.
>> Help diagnose the problem, by helping us see the scope. If you are suffering from this:
- Does your blog have a Classic, or Layouts, template?
- Are you publishing to Blog*Spot, or by FTP to an external server?
- How recently did you make changes successfully?
- What change did you just make, unsuccessfully?
>> There does seem to be some relationship with another error code bX-o0zoa0.
>> Forum thread links: bX-r1buvw