Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Recovering after photo hosting challenges



If you are a regular reader of my blog, thank you! I hope you find inspiration and ideas here.

After Photobucket attempted to take my blog hostage with their new policy change, I am now slowly getting my image content back after moving to hosting the photos myself. For older posts, you'll still see "3rd party hosting has been temporarily disabled" icons in the place of the images, but I will be working through the post history, fixing this little by little.

Thanks for your patience and understanding as I complete this mission!

Julia

12 comments:

  1. Oh no, how annoying! I hope there's a way you can keep your blog, it's such a great inspiration <3

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  2. So sorry to hear that. When i entered your blog yesterday, i knew something is wrong. I hope you can figure out something that keep your blog online. Because it is literally my inspiration. Everyday i reach your blog, sew along.

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    1. <3<3<3 thank you for the support!!!

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  3. I stopped using PhotoBucket for other reasons not too long ago. I can't remember why but I basically didn't trust them anymore. I pay $30 a year for more bandwidth and haven't ran into an issue of linking. Maybe it would be worth looking into? It's easier for me to pay $30 a year than trying to go back and reupload years of old blog posts.

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    1. Thanks Jade! Turns out it was actually a better option to moving to hosting myself.. This way I won't get nasty surprises in the future..

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  4. Totally unacceptable on their part. Ive seen so many bloggers affected!

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    2. I know, I can only imagine what someone with hundreds of posts much be going through!!

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  5. Hi Julia, I haven't commented before but I just wanted you to know that I really appreciate you taking all this time to recover the photos. I stopped using photobucket years ago due to similar problems but that's just so unfair! I find your blog so inspiring, keep up the good work!

    Love from Paris, Vivi

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    1. Thanks so much for commenting, Vivi! Thank you for the love and the compliments, the projects shall continue:)

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  6. I have been trashing old shirts not knowing it was possible to have them udergo such beautiful transformations this is so lovely good job on the post

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