Troubleshooting errors while uploading an image to the Weebly.
If you were to ask me what I think Weebly's fatal flaw is, I would definitely say image uploading. When uploading images to Weebly, you must upload them under various names, just like on a computer. If you accidentally upload with the same name as a previous file, the recently uploaded image will be overwritten on top of the previous file. This phenomenon may not be noticeable when using Weebly for the first time. It was the same in my case. However, before you regret it, you cannot go back because a large number of posts have already been uploaded. Additionally, it is difficult to give up on Weebly because it has its own unique advantages. This is why I have to keep using Weebly. So I created my own solution to the problem. That is by using the screen capture function. Images you post on your blog do not need to be high resolution. There is no reason to print these images and use them for commercial purposes. So, it becomes easy to use the image upload function with just a simple screen capture.
For screen captures, the file name changes continuously depending on the capture time, as shown above. This means that just as time cannot be turned back, new file names are always created. Therefore, a new file name is automatically assigned even if I do not create a new file name. I am using this feature to overcome my crisis as a Weebly user.
I recently discovered a user who left a beautiful comment on a page whose images had been messed up due to Weebly's incorrect policy. Fortunately, only half of the page was damaged due to overwriting of image uploads, and half of the page was alive.
The lovely user left a nice comment about the remaining half page. Personally, I am frustrated about the missing half page. However, thanks to this person’s encouragement, I am gaining strength again. thank you
Myungja Anna Koh