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In one of my blog categories I have 6 posts. When I scroll down I only see three of my post. Im just wondering where my other post are.? it seems to do this in all of my categories. Please help.
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Hello davidjohnhood,

Could you post a link to your blog page so that we can take a look? Could you also confirm which browser you're using (eg. Firefox, IE8 etc).
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Hi,
I was was using firefox and there seems to be the same issues in IE. It would be great if you could take a look the URL is http://www.filipinocooking.net/blog/c.... There are 10 posts in the vegetable recipes categories and only 3 are showing up and there seems to be some issue with the text in the first post.

Thanks in advance for your assistance.
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It looks like you've copied and pasted from MS Word. I'll fix it for you quickly and then let you know how you can avoid this in the future. Should be a couple of minutes :)
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I've fixed the first four blogposts so that your page displays but it looks like there are a lot more affected. When you copy and paste from MS Word, this copies a whole lot of formatting code that will affect your page display and loading. This is something that is common in web applications unfortunately.

For future posts, copy and paste the text into something like Notepad so that the text is stripped of formatting. Then copy and paste it into your blog post on Yola.

For the existing posts on your site, follow these steps:
1. Open the blog post in the Blog Manager.
2. Copy the text and paste it into Notepad.
3. On the editing toolbar of the blog post, click on the HTML button on the end.
4. Click in text area and hit Ctrl-A to select all the content. Delete it.
5. Click on the HTML button again so that you're back to the text version of the dialog box.
6. Copy the text from Notepad and paste it into your blog post. You can then edit the content using the text editing toolbar available in the blog post.

It's a bit of a tedious process but it will fix the problem. Please let us know if you need any further help.
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davidjohnhood

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thanks and you have been a great help. Im still wondering about the problem with my categories.
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Hi Davidjohnhood,
I am going to ask Marije to check back in on this thread since she has been working with you up until this point. She is not currently online, but when she returns she will be able to take a look. Thanks for your patience.

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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davidjohnhood

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thank you guys!!! website is fine now. im glad that yola support are always there.
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Sorry to get back to you so late!

To show all the Categories, click on "Edit" on the Categories Widget and you'll be able to change the amount of Categories that show on the page.