The end of &nbsp erros

By March 26, 2008Blogging

Thanks to those of you who pointed out the errors that were appearing in the text of my blog posts. They were being caused by Sribefire, the post editor I use. They have just released an upgrade which has hopefully eliminated the problem.

Please let me know if you see any other problems.

I’m a big fan of Scribefire by the way – if you blog regularly you might like to check it out.

  • Yeah, I’ve just gone back to using them. It really is a very easy way of blogging/commenting on the page that the browser tab is open on. It would also have made a great early commenting system… oh well,….

  • Yeah, I’ve just gone back to using them. It really is a very easy way of blogging/commenting on the page that the browser tab is open on. It would also have made a great early commenting system… oh well,….

  • Yes, It is very nice tool for blogging and commenting.

  • Been on scribefire but frankly been blown away by MS LiveWriter even though not browaser embedded. I know it’s MS, but boy these guys know tools! No wonder so many programmers love .NET studio. Nic, if one scribefire why not use more rich media 🙂 ?

  • Been on scribefire but frankly been blown away by MS LiveWriter even though not browaser embedded. I know it’s MS, but boy these guys know tools! No wonder so many programmers love .NET studio. Nic, if one scribefire why not use more rich media 🙂 ?

  • nic

    tks fred – I should really use more rich media. The thematic nature of many of my posts doesn’t make it that easy though. Plus I have recently been having formatting problems when I embed video.

  • nic

    tks fred – I should really use more rich media. The thematic nature of many of my posts doesn’t make it that easy though. Plus I have recently been having formatting problems when I embed video.