Since I am a blog consultant, I have been seeing people post about these bx error codes problems for quite a while now.
First off there are some things that you should know:
- First if you are one of the many people who are getting the bx-error code screen the first thing that you should do (as I have been told) is to report about the problem on the Blogger Help Groups Discussion Board.
- 10/19/08 Update!
Blogger.com asks that you should also see if anyone else is having the same bx error code problem. They suggest that you search the Blogger Help Groups for posts that mention the same bx error code that you are getting and that if you don't get any results from that search then you can start a new topic so that you can post about your specific bx error code
- 10/19/08 Update!
- If you continue to get the bx error code then you should then report it to Blogger.com by filing in a form that they have specifically set aside for reporting the bx error codes.
Update! - According to one of Blogger.com's help message boards - enough people have to report the error before they will assign someone to look into it further!
8/7/08 - Update! - Blogger.com has posted that they want to see how many people report the problem before they assign someone to look into it further.
Please be forewarned though that while Blogger.com appreciates people reporting their bx error code problems they usually only respond IF they need more information from you.
- While I have also received these bx error codes when working on my own blogs, I have found a way to bypass the bx error code screen. However do not ask me for the bypass procedure. You will have to get that information from Blogger.com
- I have been told by someone who says that they work closely with the Blogger.com staff that Blogger.com has said that there is no bypass procedure. If this is what they want to believe - then so be it! - unfortunately for them!
So if you contact Blogger.com to ask them for the bypass procedure and they tell you that there is no such thing, then its up to you to decide what you are going to do next!
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November 2008 Update!
It turns out that I had been RIGHT all along! Blogger.com has mentioned the bypass procedure on one of their posts so they DO know that some of the bx error codes can be bypassed!
How do I know this? One of the Blogger.com employees has posted about it in the Blogger Help Message Boards!
So if you would like to know if the bypass procedure will be able to solve your bx error code problem (and it does NOT solve ALL of the bx error code problems - just some of them) just be sure to ask the Blogger.com staff for the bypass procedure.
January 2009 Update!
I should also mention too that not once have I had to either clear my cookies or cache and / or restart my browser to get out of the bx error code screen!