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If whitelisting us or disabling Adblock did not work for you, please try enabling HTTPS to see if that makes a difference: http://en.support.wordpress.com/https/
I followed your advice and changed to https and now I can edit my pages, thank you so much!
Ok, this is really a problem because enabling HTTPS doesn’t do anything and I don’t think disabling Ablock is a fix because I need to use Adblock so what then? Do i have just keep disabling it when I want to use wordpress?? This is absurd! So is someone going to fix to really issue or what?
You don’t need to disable Adblock completely, just report the issue to Adblock and whitelist our site as detailed above.
This should be fixed now, so please feel free to try again. If you disabled Adblock to get around this, you should be able to safely re-enable it now.
I uploaded some gif animation which work.
Today I uploaded a new one. After uploading it works,(I see it animated) but not after publishing. Please, could you tell me the mistake?
Gif animations will die if the image is downsized by wordpress. You have to make sure the file is the exact size (or smaller) than the maximum width of the posting area so that you can insert it “full-sized”.
I downsized the animation to 10 or 15 cm x 6 cm, 300 dpi, and ca. 100 kb.
But after uploading it I can see the animation at the page and after publishing it there is only the first image.
I downsized it more, now it works, thank you very much!
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