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450 - Resolved?

So late yesterday, I noted that my friend CameraDawktor was able to update her blog Trouble Always Has a Door, with pictures and everything. Which makes it apparent that the current state of emergency has been resolved, for right now anyway.

Dare we to hope that things will go smoothly for a while? Only time will tell.

NOTE: Just because the underlying problem has been fixed (we hope), there are still corrupted blogs out there. Blogger Support won't fix those, we the owners of the blogs must do that. If your blog continues to load badly:

  1. Republish the Entire Blog.

  2. Refresh your Blogger client setup.

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