crop happens…

“Possibly Related Posts”

Has anyone noticed these when you click on a post to add a reply?

If they show up on your blog, and you don’t like them, you can go to your Dashboard, click on the Design tab, then the Extras tab, and check the “Hide related links…” box.

5 responses

  1. doreen3boys

    LOL, I came here because I KNEW you’d have the answer!!!!! Very cool! I hijacked PJ playing on the computer, I’ll be back later to catch up and fix that ANNOYING problem, lol!

    27. April, 2008 at 07:29

  2. dalia

    hmmm…I am missing something

    27. April, 2008 at 10:45

  3. Dalia, maybe your blog isn’t affected since you’re hosting it through your website? I turned mine back on, so maybe they’ll start popping up again. I noticed those annoying links on my soup post (after you click on it to add a comment, the links were below the picture/above the comments). They weren’t there after I turned them back on, so who knows. Might have to make a new post first?

    27. April, 2008 at 11:50

  4. Oh, and Doreen, aren’t they annoying?? If I wanted “related links”, I would add them myself. I want to control what gets posted on MY blog, kwim? And they’re “possible” related links. Makes me think they’re automated, based on some key words in your posts. I don’t want to run the risk of having a link to an “inappropriate” blog, etc. here.

    27. April, 2008 at 11:54

  5. plainmama

    Thanks Michaela I was wondering. When I saw them on Doreen’s this morn, I originally thought she had put them there for us. I figured it out after I clicked on one. I was really confused though why she wanted me to look at “Twins from different mothers” though. LOL

    27. April, 2008 at 14:45

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