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  1. The introduction of the surf bar like at blogger is a great feature, however when I try surf more than 1 blog I get stuck on the same one. IT seems that the next button will only take me to one blog and that's it!

    I'm hoping more networking features will start to appear on WP.com such as user profiles and grouping of blogs with similar interests etc.

    Thanks for all the hard work at WP.com it's always greatly appreciated.

  2. Works for me. Remember though that it really doens't take you to the next blog, it's more of a random one. There's a thread about this somewhere.

    Is it still doing this for you? I wonder if maybe it's an issue with cookies or javascript or something.

    -drmike

  3. Dr. Mike:
    I am looking for a way to hide this feature or capability, because I'm using the blog in my elementary classroom, and random side trips to blogs with unknown content will bring down the dogs of fear on my head. In fact, my head may end up on the pitchfork of townsfolk who think their child saw inapproproiate stuff by stepping off my controlled language arts blog. I rejected Blogger out of hand because they had this feature!

    What do you suggest for keeping my students on the site or going only to my vetted links?

    j

  4. Roomf9.

    That's a toughie. Now note that you'll only see that link in the blue bar along the top if the visitor is logged in. If your students will only be reading the blog, then there's nothing to worry about. Blogger's "Next Blog" link shows up for all viewers while WP.com's "Next Blog" link only does if your logged in.

    My concern though is that the category links within each post is going to their global listings and there's no control over those. For example, the post that you've made on your blog is listed under Uncategorized which, if you click on it goes to this page which is a listing of other blogs using that same category and you have no control over it.

    Normally in this case, I'd just throw up a blog for you on my servers, offer support, and away we go but I can't do that as it's against the TOS here for me to point you at my company (I do paid webhosting myself and just help out here. I have no problem with offering free hosting in a case like this.) and I'm not taking any new clients as I'm overloaded myself until I can get QWest to get me some more space.

    I'm guessing that your local school district doesn't offer any webspace or anything for you to use? If they do, I could throw up a wordpress blog for you in about five minutes. Just let me know.

    Going to offer this as a suggestion and I'm doing this as this is a special case. (Don't everybody else do this.) Contact Automattic directly, explain your situation to them and see if they can just throw up a seperate blog for you on their servers somewhere. They've done it for others in the past but, again, it's been for specific clients. They might be able to do something for you in this case.

    Good luck,
    -drmike

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