Here's a thing I found just now. Try to go to a Blogspot blog that's not in your own country, and Google, may they rot in a place of much smelly rottenness for a large portion of eternity, will try to redirect you to the same URL but with the domain code changed to your own local one. So it gets changed, for me, from
which, quite bloody obviously, ain't gonna lead anywhere, and I end up being served a "page does not exist" notification.
To stop it doing that, copy the link to your browser's URL bar instead of clicking it, and add ncr (stands for No Country Redirect) to the end, so that you have
and it'll take you to the correct URL. (Or if it's a blog you have bookmarked, of course, you'll want to edit the URL in the bookmark.)
I think, but don't quote me on this, that after you've changed it once, it'll happily carry on not redirecting Blogspot URLs until the Blogspot cookie runs out of date, or—obviously—until you clean your cookies folder.
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