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@pathduck I went through the settings here on the blogging platform and saw akismet where I could have configured even more stuff and stopped. Sorry, too complex for (someone like?) me who just wants to write a post every quarter year or so.
Thanks for your quick hint with the comments. Could have found that one myself, admittedly
It's probably a featured image.
You can update or remove it from the Document settings. In the same column of settings where Status & Visibility, Categories, etc. are.
The featured image is used as the post image, for example, in the Magazine theme.
Also, on Vivaldi.net, where all public blog posts are shown, the featured image is shown above the title as well. If there's no featured image, the first image in the post will be used instead and if there are no images in the post, a category placeholder image is used.
Hope this helps. 🙂
Yes...All Except for under 'Homepage' the display reads '-Select-'....and the choices available for selection are my 4 other static pages..... The total numer of pages is 6; 4 static pages; 1 blog page, and my 1 home page on the domain url 'samothraki.vivaldi.net'... but for this later page, there is no option choice to 'edit' it, only to 'add new'...
Me too - I've followed @Gwen-Dragon 's helpful posting - really needs fixing for everyone - when you consider that the original posting was in 2019 - come on lads! - don't get me wrong Vivaldi is Great - have a good Christmas (if possible) and a successful and happy 2021
@LonM I'm happy with Vivaldi platform but just think that adopting open standards for communication protocols could be nice. In the internet today, to reduce the power of the big platforms that are powerful because of the size of their user base, federation would allow smaller plateforms to create a network and this would benefit us as end users.
I believe that Wordpress, although being open-source, does not use these open standards that the Plume blogging engine is build upon.
@KGdev5tc Right... what I suspect happened is you edited the introduction post, which is set to private by default.
Under the Publish heading on the right side, change the Visibility to Public and click Update.
As for the quality of the instructions - it does say "head to your Dashboard and click Add New to bring up the editor." 😉
In my experience, step-by-step instructions are just as prone to failure as other kinds of guidance, and are detrimental to users learning how to do things on their own. After all, it's not exactly "rocket science" we're dealing with 😉
Glad not to be alone. (Btw, what did Polll do to get banned ? )
And thank you for the previous answers, but no way, if a browser / blog is said to be non intrusive, it should not force me to get a mobile phone that tells all my private life to the world.
That's why I consider Vivaldi another data collector.