Frequently Asked Questions
If you inquiry concerns these issues, the information provided below might be of help:
Question: Why I am not able to post messages to the forum?
Answer: Until new memberships are approved by forum management, new applicants cannot post messages in the forum. It usually takes anywhere from a few hours to a week before a new application is reviewed. However, please keep in mind that not every applicant is automatically accepted for membership. If you still cannot post after more than a week, please understand that your application was probably not approved. If so, please do no be offended, as we mean you no offense. There are dozens of forums dealing with the same topics as this one.
Question: My blog was indexed by JBlog Central for a while, and suddenly JBlog Central stopped picking up my new posts. Can you please help me?
Answer: Unfortunately not. If JBlog Central is picking up other feeds and seems to be functioning normally, then the problem lies somewhere in your blog or in your feed. We cannot provide technical support. We cannot diagnose the problem. However, if you go to your blog's main page on JBlog Central, there is a button that will allow you to manually update your blog's new posts. If it fails, it will give you some kind of brief explanation. Please take that to your own tech support person for assistance.
Question: I mistakenly set a post live before I was really finished editing it. Meanwhile, JBlog Central picked it up. Can you change it for me to reflect the new and improved version?
Answer: Unfortunately not. If you set something live on the Web for long enough, it will get picked up by search engines and by services like JBlog Central. To fix any inaccuracies, just write a new post, which will also be picked up by us.
Question: Does JBlog Central provide customer support or technical support to people whose blogs are listed?
Answer: Unfortunately not. JBlog Central was originally built by me as a hobby and a personal interest. As time went on, my job (as in that thing that pays my bills) became more demanding and my personal obligations became more time-consuming. I simply do not have enough time left in the day to provide tech support, answer questions, or respond to inquiries. There are now more blogs listed in JBlog Central than I ever imagined, and I just cannot keep up. JBlog Central is meant to run as an automated service. You are free to use it and list your blog on an 'as-is' basis.