A week ago I asked help for my Blog, but no one has answered me.  I look everyday.  Someone else set up my book blog so I don't know how to use it that much.  I have seven books on the Blog and I need to go into some of them to make revisions.  I went into Pages and converted one book to "draft", but found no where to make the corrections.  The only thing that comes up is the Synopsis and Sample pages.  Would some check out www.niteowlmandy.com and try to see what I'm trying to do.  Thank you.  I have a book coming out in two weeks.  I made changes with the publisher, but the copy on my blog needs those revisions too.  If need be, I will give you my name and password so you can see my problem. Thanks,anyone.  Perhaps I could remove it and make the revisions in my Word Document, then upload the book again.

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Comment by Dean Mayes on February 7, 2013 at 9:30pm
Dolores - it looks like who ever set up your pages has done so using html to allow for the inclusion of the Paypal buttons.

I could take a look at them but I'm not 100% quickfire with html. If you could send me a list of changes you'd like made, I'll assess the work and let you know what I can do for you.

In the meantime, you might like to take a look at my site - http://www.deanfromaustralia.com. I have my own store set up there, but I have located my purchase widgets on the sidebar and confined the html coding to there rather than on the blog post body. I suggest that if you want to blog regularly in future, you just compose your post, rather than use html. It is much simpler and will allow you to learn the ropes a little better.

Anyway, drop me a line at banistersmind (at) gmail (dot) com and let's see about getting you back on track.

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