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Is there a StackExchange site where / questions are appropriate?

Hmm, I'm getting the "quality standards" error. What part of the question would set that off?

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The "quality standards" warning in this case was probably due to the length of the question. – Bill the Lizard Apr 2 '12 at 1:23
This question is a bit ambiguous to me. Is it asking how to ask about code (or something topical) posted on blogger/blogspot/etc or about using blogger/blogspot/etc itself? Refusing to own a blog likely leaves me in the minority but when helping people with blogs I was left with the impression that they typically involve HTML of some sort. If that's true, wouldn't SO be the place to ask those sort of questions (after proper research of course)? – M.Babcock Apr 2 '12 at 5:11
@M.Babcock, blogger does a great job of hiding coding and html from the user. You can look at my blogger-hosted blog for an example of what can be done with almost zero configuration: – Mark Harrison Apr 2 '12 at 7:03
up vote 5 down vote accepted

It looks like both Web Apps and Pro Webmasters accept questions about Blogger.

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