This is what some bloggers see, when viewing their blogs, sometimes after Accepting the Content Warning interstitial advice, other times this is shown immediately.
Interestingly enough, the blog source (somewhat munged in this example) looks normal.
Some bloggers have implied that their blog is under Content Warning, but they don't see the interstitial. If the interstitial advice has to be accepted, for a reader to view the blog, and the interstitial isn't presented for acceptance, the blog won't be seen. D'ohh. That may be part of the problem.
If you're experiencing this frustration, help us out, please. (Can anybody guess what question #1 should be?)??
- What is the URL of the problem blog?
- Which browsers have you tried (name and version are essential here!)?
- Exactly what do you observe? Be precise here, please.
- An error message (If so, what complete and exact message?)?
- A blank screen?
- The background of the blog, but no text?
- Some blog content, but not all?
- Which browsers do work, and which browsers do not work, for the blog with the problem?
- Is this your blog, and if so, is it an involuntary or voluntary content warning?
- When was the problem first observed?
- When was the problem previously not observed?
- Have you posted the above details (details are very useful!) in a thread in Blogger Help Group: Something Is Broken?
(Update 2/9): If you are seeing the above problem, regardless of whether you are using Internet Explorer V6 and your blog is subject to the Content Warning, your willingness to provide the above diagnostics will help us to help you. And, as Blogger Support suggests, upgrading to Internet Explorer V7 or V8 would be a very good idea.
(Update 2/5): Blogger Support has acknowledged the problem.
Thanks for the heads up on this folks.
We're looking into the underlying cause of this and hope to have a fix out shortly. However, I would strongly encourage those of you still using IE6 to upgrade to a newer browser. IE6 is quickly becoming obsolete across the net.