are my/your comments stuck in spam?

help picI am re-blogging my own post from because, whilst my problem has not yet been fixed, I thought I might as well air this ‘grievance’ as widely as possible to stop others going thro’ the same misery…..

stop press:  its been fixed – only took about 36 hours, but i can communicate with my ‘fellow man’ again!

In the meantime

I have just seen this amazingly simple idea on and I think I’ll see if it works here – will tell you about it in a bit! **************Right – I have just set up a new page – called your space where you can say what you like and promote yourself – within the normal boundaries of decency etc….go have a look!

julz crafts

ask for helpI have discovered in the last day or two that almost all the comments I have made on other people’s blogs have been stuck in the spam folder, and thus not viewed or put up on the sites I commented upon.

WordPress support have not been very helpful so far, so I am putting out a call to anyone and everyone who has a WordPress site to check your spam folder.  Yes, there is a lot of rubbish in there that deserves to never see the light of day – but please look and see if any of my comments are also stuck there – or your friends comments – due for imminent disposal!

I have checked with some of the sites I follow and who also took the blogging101 course with me, and they have found up to 5 of my comments in their spam folder – I really…

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Settle, Lancliffe, Stainforth, Yorkshire Dales.

this is such a well put together set of instructions for an absolutely beautiful walk in the Yorkshire Dales


Magnificent Limestone Scenery.Magnificent Limestone Scenery. (Left click all images to increase in size)

This is a beautiful walk that includes the Ribbles loveliest bridge, Cravens finest waterfall, and spectacular limestone scenery. Setting off from Settle market place, follow the uphill road to the left Constitution Hill. The road takes a sharp left turn at the top,  just a short distance ahead take the right turn following the stony uphill lane. Go through the gate at the top and follow the footpath straight ahead, in the direction of Winskill.




A few hundred yards ahead after passing through the second gate (above Photo) cross the wooden stile as seen in the lower photograph above. From here follow the footpath across the field and alongside the small area of woodland ahead, then down to the village of Langcliffe clearly seen to your left down below. The footpath brings you out to the church gates, cross…

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