Monday, October 7, 2013

Help needed!

It's my request for everyone who comment on my blog through Facebook, to comment on the blog itself, using the options provided below the Facebook comment section. As my blog was made in the USA, I can only read Facebook comments that are posted from the US (URL - "mycactusdress.blogspot.com").

Due to Blogger's new feature, when you open my blog, it automatically opens it under your country's URL. Similarly, when you post a Facebook comment from your country, it is registered under the URL of your country. For example, if you are Facebook-commenting from India, the comment is only visible on "www.mycactusdress.blogspot.in" and not on ".com" which disables me to read your valuable feedback.
I am trying to solve this issue but, till then I would appreciate the above mentioned option.

Any HTML experts or fellow bloggers here who can help with this issue? I am also starting to lose a lot of my FB likes from my posts. My post "An open letter to a rapist" had more than 180 likes however, it shows 15 likes on my computer. I am able to see correct number of likes from my phone though. Not that it matters much but, I would be glad if it would stop acting crazy.

I am also opening a sort of blog-post series called "Semblance". It would reflect a similar pattern like that of "Happy Ganesh Visarjan" post. With just the title and contradictory pictures. I would list all such articles in one tab which you would find above ^ under the tab "Semblance"

That's it for now.

Love and rockets,





6 comments:

  1. I don't know if you can hear me here or not, but I think changing the webpage URL might help.

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    1. You meant to buy the domain or changing it to ".in"? Because if you meant the latter, I can't. I have more readers from the US and France than from India. And no other country except for the one I change my URL to, would be able to read the comments.

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  2. I'm not certain I understand the problem. I know that Blogger has changed the domain so that we see our own page (and others) as their own country's domain name. I'm Canadian and I see your URL as ending in .ca. That shouldn't change you ability to see comments from folks in other countries. Unless the issue is something with Facebook which you mentioned?

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    1. Oh! I can totally see the comments made on blogger. I am just not able to view Facebook comments that are made from other countries.

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  3. I was actually thinking about adding the faceboog comment widget... now I will do some research before doing so. Hope it resolves soon for you.

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    1. The widget is actually very friendly to install but, this is the only drawback.

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