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If it doesn't, click that box and then click the orange "Save" button on the very bottom. Changing the template on the "Template" page where you click "Edit HTML" could cause other problems or glitches.Did you change your template at all, besides the changes I know about?
But then after you make a few changes in your Word Press content or your design, you notice that nothing has changed. But then the next page you visit within that site doesn't take quite so long.2: Blogger is designed is such a way that if you are looking at the posts from the homepage and you have post summaries enabled (which with your template, you do) then you can't see the comments until you click "Full Story". 2) Click on the "Edit" button in the lower-right hand corner of the square box called "Blog Posts".3) Under the "Post Page Options" make sure the "Comments" box has a checkmark next to it.Also you would have seen CSS codes between the conditions, not HTML codes.However, I downloaded the template and uploaded it to test the pages. Usually problems like this are style or script related.These are the over-looked and simple solutions to making comments appear in the blog posts.
Check the list above and if everything is correct and the problem still remains, let me know and I will look into it further.
I've waited 24 hours to see if was some kind of delay, but it's still the same situation, in the HTML Editor the new code is there, on the live blog, the old code is there.
This seems a bit silly, but the issue was that there was actually two copies of the same code.
Example here: am not sure what other information can I put here to help with the problem I found this Your blog posts are all displaying correctly. If ALL your static pages show no content, then there is a condition on all static pages which is causing the problem.
To find the CSS conditions placed on all static pages (assuming all the pages are not displaying content): The CSS codes is where your problem will likely be.
In the future, the web browser reloads the web page data from your computer, not from the actual site.