Dynamic Views: header links disappeared2 Recommended Answers
My blog uses dynamic views, the top header bar used to have links to switch the dynamic view layout, plus the links to my pages: they do not show up now (I still see my page links in my dashboard)
Also, the tabs on the right side (blog archive, g+ followers etc) seem to have disappeared, excluding the RSS feed tab.
I tried re applying dynamic views and switching back and forth between templates. Sometimes the top bar would show up again, but after a browser refresh it would disappear (tested on crhome, firefox, explorer). I'm not able to replicate this consistently.
my blog is here
Thanks for your help!
Once you have a secured a back up of your blog template, click on Edit HTML and you will see the html editor come up. Scroll down to the bottom of your template to where you see code that looks like this.
Change the 0 to 500 so it looks like this.
Click on Save Template. Hope this helps...fix discovered by another user called Irkitated Blog
Please note that Google staff is aware of this issue and is working for a solution so you are welcome to wait to see what they come out with if you want.
I did this:
Go to Settings > search preferences
Under "Custom redirects," create a new redirect from your blog's home page to .../view/sidebar or whatever dynamic theme you want to use.
This will not only bring back your menu bar, but should also preserve any customizations you have made to it.
At least it worked for me. Kind of a messy workaround, but a workaround nonetheless. Let me know if it works for you
Please help to spread the word so that we get this annoying bug fixed. Thanks!
Template - Edit Html
Go to the bottom and you'll see :
Change '0' to '500'
Save your template...
Then go to Layout and Delete all the unnecessary gadgets on the right which slow down your blog.
Save. - And that will make your tabs load and all your customisations work...
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