Hi folks. As I tweeted earlier, The Source had some bad clams — i.e. a software update — that didn’t set well, resulting in the blog going topsy-turvy on Monday and parts of day.
But looks like we’re back and regular posting will resume…now. I hope.
In the meantime, I was a guest on Warren Olney’s “Which Way L.A.?” for a short segment that aired Monday on Metro’s new weekend late night service. If you would like to listen, here it is.
Categories: Transportation News
Looks all better now.
Whatever you fixed today seems to have worked. Thanks.
Looks bad from here too. Can’t see any images from The Source when viewing on the main Netro page. When trying to view The Source directly, I only get 2 articles.
I think what he’s saying is that there’s nothing beyond that post. Same here, the page is cutting off for me. If I scroll down, nothing is there. It just stops abruptly.
Definitely still some bugs… see screenshot of the homepage here:
That’s the bottom of the page… no way to go back to past posts. And the content scrolls right over the header without blocking it out in white (the formatting is good on an actual post page, but not on the blog homepage).
I think it’s still glitchy.
From my perspective, you’ve still got glitches. No recent posts, no back posts beyond the Fed bill Aug. 15 meeting, no comments. etc.
We usually don’t post over the weekends and the blog was down all day Monday. But we will have fresh content today.
Editor, The Source