Now that I’ve been off of Blogger for a week, I of course found things that broke in the transition.
The biggest issue was probably that the transition seemed to break the “tables” I made using pre tags. It didn’t seem to handle the the line breaks with in the tags well – or at all. The result is that the the line breaks aren’t observed and it overflows the area. Depending on the browser, this can either screw up the template, or just look really bad.
Fixing it also proves difficult using the WYSIWYG editor which tries to help too much. I’ve found it best to turn off the editor when correcting these problems. This can be done from the Users menu with a check box at the bottom.
The tough thing is finding all the effected posts. If you’re comfortable with MySQL you could query the database to find all posts with the PRE tag. It still requires a manual fix, but at least you know which posts to target.
I’ve also worked my way back to add categories. Any posts I’ve been fixing I’ve been adding categories to. Also, I’ve looked forward those popular posts (like interviews) and made sure that those were categorized as well. Now I won’t categorize all 1000 posts, but I did do about 100 of them.
As for performance (visits, page views, revenue), it was tough to judge the impact because of strange traffic levels due to the holidays. It’s something I’ll probably address in a month or so.