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The reason I walked out of the field
Since I have been spending a good deal of my spare tire on Squarespace, my former hosts, I thought I'd post a little review on the site and why I chose to go if any of you consider it a possible goal for your blogs. There' a lots to like about Squarespace.
That was all right with me, and not the origin of my departure from Squarespace. After all, I didn't use that shit as much as I thought I did. Most of the entry to Squarespace is the Squarespace technical assistance group. Almost made me think I was innocent because I left. The thing that finally overturned my relation to Squarespace was a fundamental absence of function.
I logged in some times just to stare at the Squarespace water mark. Finally Squarespace found out and I was back in the shop, but these problems still were there. It was not that bugs occured, but that Squarespace did not have a reasonable explanation for them, nor a way to recover contents to their original and previous state.
Those accidental, troublesome and unpredictable problems contrasted sharply with her stunning effort to keep pages up and running during Sandy. There was a big issue when Squarespace could keep my site up and running during a historical cyclone, but couldn't stop their softwares from breaking out without explaining it and changing my contents, or just offer a solution when comprehensible bugs appeared.
It was my decision to exchange a few downtime hours for a rig that would preserve my work. I' ve abandoned Squarespace because it's a frustrating young plattform. While I haven't exactly had a romatic re-encounter with WordPress, I am much more at ease that I will be waking up in the morning and seeing this contribution in the same condition it is today.
Don't be amazed if you see this page again on Squarespace one fortnight. In the meantime, however, I have a lot to do, and I just knew there were other plattforms where I felt more at ease to create and publish my work.