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Today, I thought I would change my blog layout to the grid layout by blogbuster. I couldn't get it to work and lost all my links in my links widget in the process. I had saved the blog template prior to fussing with it, but the content in my widgets was not saved.

Since I couldn't get the nifty layout to work, I added the grey navigation buttons up top and at the bottom of this blog page to console me.

Now to rebuild all my links. I will slowly be getting everyone, who had linked to me previously, listed again. If you have a link to me and do not see yours, it might be on my website JuanaAlmaguer.com. If it isn't there either, just let me know and I will add your link.

The grey button up top links to this blog post. If you would like to Trade links, just leave a comment with your url below, and I will add your link.

Duck in a brook in Nattori city


L I N K S




PranaLight

demosthenesclub

Sketchbook Project Doodleheads

ZenDotStudio

Flytie

We Blog Artists

Marlene's Musings

Lemon Shortbread

Twinkle Star Art

Japan Team of Etsy

Mary Woodul- Abstract Illusions

Art2theextreme

Joy Logan

Pauseability


Sea Glass Things

Ms Belle


Gailavira

Oregon Art Guy


Jojoebi


A Piece of B


The Mum and The Rose

Stoney Charms

Comments

What a great job you did..I wouldn't dare do a thing to my blog..I am really dumb when it comes to the computer..It took me a couple of months to realize I can put pictures up..Did I hear you laugh?
Unknown said…
yay! i'm on the list! :-D

it looks nice over here. i've been saying i'm gonna change my layout but have yet to do so....

thanks for that link to grid layout.
Chris Stone said…
thanks for remembering me! love the blog's new look!
OregonArtGuy said…
Hi:
I would like to trade links - yours is here:
http://oregonartguy.blogspot.com/
Thanks,
OregonArtGuy

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