in the blog post on Monday I complained that the weebly editor causes problems and makes it more difficult for users to upload new content.
Their customer support responded twice, first recommending to use a different browser than Firefox, later on, after I answered their editor should work in all browsers, they then informed me that that it were Firefox updates that created some problems with Flash, which is used by the weebly editor.
Indeed, the same new upload problems do not occur when using Chrome for uploads with the same weebly editor. So weebly’s advice and explanation, which was not quick to blame others, seems to be accurate.
I decided to apologize to have blamed the weebly websitebuilding toolkit wrongly. They did not ask me to do so. But it seems fair not to leave a wrong impression about their services. So this correction is published today on the same blog created with the weebly editor and - instead of simply deleting the mistaken accusations against the weebly product on Monday’s post, which could be interpreted as some kind of hiding - this correction and apology will be mentioned on that blog post as a user comment, too.