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6/13/16
Original Poster
Dan Raleigh

My blog cannot be seen by other countries.

Dear All, 

My blog cannot be viewed by other countries. May I know how I can get this fixed?


Thanks all in advance.

Dan
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Chuck Croll
6/13/16
Chuck Croll
Hi Dan,

Thanks for sharing your problem today - and welcome to the Blogger Support forums.


I know that it's frustrating, to have a blog invisible, to some would be readers.  We can help you more, if you tell us the blog address.


Please tell us the URL of the blog.


[FAQ] What's The BlogSpot URL?


I’ll await your answer!

6/13/16
Original Poster
Dan Raleigh
Hi Chuck,

Many thanks for your reply and below is the URL of my blog.

https://thestimulatedbrain.blogspot.com/

Much appreciated for your response.

Dan


Chuck Croll
6/13/16
Chuck Croll
Hi Dan,

I'm not seeing any obvious problems.  Here is a multi locational display.



Can you tell us more about "cannot be viewed by other countries"?
6/13/16
Original Poster
Dan Raleigh
Hi Chuck,

I tried to browse this by using below proxies and I managed to get to other blogspot sites but it's failing when I browse my one. 

https://hide.me/en/proxy
https://kproxy.com/doproxy.jsp

In fact I tried many proxies but failed. Any idea why?

Thanks
Chuck Croll
6/13/16
Chuck Croll
Ah, it's another dynamic template issue.

Try my blog, and your proxy choices.  What do you get?

6/13/16
Original Poster
Dan Raleigh
Even your one is giving issues but the other sites that I tried is working. 

Such as: http://saly-enjoy.blogspot.com/
Chuck Croll
6/13/16
Chuck Croll
Even your one is giving issues but the other sites that I tried is working. 

Such as: http://saly-enjoy.blogspot.com/

Mine, like yours, has a dynamic template.  The latter blog has a non dynamic template (though dodgy content).

Your problem is with proxying dynamic template blogs.  This is not a famous problem - but it is known.  It's not a problem with your blog being non visible in other countries, anyway.
BYee
6/14/16
BYee
Hi Dan,

Thanks for posting in the Blogger Help Forum, and for Chuck in helping to troubleshoot this.  I'd suggest that you submit feedback on the Blogger Dashboard (www.blogger.com/) to let the team know that this is happening for you, and that you'd like dynamic templates updated.

If you have additional questions or need further clarification please let us know and we'll get back to you.

Hope to hear back soon!

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6/14/16
Original Poster
Dan Raleigh
Thanks Chuck and BYee for the help but I would still like to get it fixed. I opened up another blogging account and tested with the default template but I faced the same issue not sure how I could get it fixed though.
Chuck Croll
6/14/16
Chuck Croll
Dan,

The problem involves access to your blog - which uses a dynamic template - through some (not all) proxy servers.

As we have observed, GeoPeeker has no problem rendering your blog (or my blog).

My blog, using GeoPeeker.




I showed you your blog, using GeoPeeker, above.




The problem appears to involve accessing  blogs that use a dynamic template, using some proxy servers.

I'm going to use AnonyMouse proxy server, as an example - since I can package the URL of the target.  Here are 3 blogs, using AnonyMouse,

First, my main blog, not a dynamic template, using AnonyMouse.






Your blog, using AnonyMouse.






My dynamic template blog, using AnonyMouse.


http://anonymouse.org/cgi-bin/anon-www.cgi/https://musings.nitecruzr.net/





Do you see the actual problem?  This is not easy to do, please be patient with me.  I suggest that you click on each of the 5 links, above, so you can see each proxy rendering, in real time.

The problem involves proxy server rendering (or not) of blogs that have dynamic templates.  It's not a problem with your blog - or my blog.

As Brendan (BYee) suggests, you can report this as a problem, using "Report a Problem".


The "Report a problem" dashboard button (behind the "gear”, at top right - or the button, at bottom right) is where you start.


http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2015/10/do-you-have-problem-or-suggestion-tell.html


Look at the upper right corner, of many dashboard pages. With a blog that uses a dynamic template, you can access the Blogger dashboard using the tiny "Home" icon in the far right corner of the "menu bar".




http://blogging.nitecruzr.net/2016/06/dynamic-templates-and-navbar.html



So start from the Blogger dashboard.





Click on the "gear" icon - and there is "Report a problem".




Also, look at the lower right corner.





I hope that this helps you understand the problem.  Please, ask any questions that you have.

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Chuck Croll
6/14/16
Chuck Croll
You're welcome, thanks for the verification - your observations may help other blog owners.
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