Edited: If you use the old code then only members can see the facebook plug-in comment box and they can comment. Please use the new code, both members and non-members can see the facebook plug-in comment box and both members and non-members can comment using facebook account.
Hope you will be very happy after successfully using my killer tip.
Instruction is very simple: Just copy and paste the following code into Custom Code. You may want to change data-width follow jay's instruction here.
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hiiii Bernard Lama
This is beautiful
Thank you, creator
After I've added the code, where and when would I see this effect? I'm not sure I understand.
Does it only show if someone "shares" to Facebook first?
You would see it at the bottom of your content as Bernard has illustrated above. It's called a Facebook plugin, and It shows regardless of whether the item is "liked" or not.
Oh, I see it now. It took a while to show up.
EDIT: Oh shoot, now it's gone again. It then showed up again in two places on the same page (below the original post and reply field, and then at the bottom of the thread below that reply field. Now it's gone again. LOL D'oh!
If I could get it to show up consistently, and maybe in one place or the other, I would love this! The big warning below the field is also unsightly.
I love this idea, though, so I'll check back in on it again!
Yeah, I forgot to mention that. When I first installed the one I use on my music page, the same thing happened. It's been stable since.
You have to keep in mind that it is linked to Facebook's API, and just as there are occasional "hiccups" in their platform, anything app linked to them will experience the same.
Thanks for this tip, Bernard. This is a nice temporary solution until Ning releases theirs.
My question to you is, would this affect the one I currently have installed on my music page? Should I remove the one I installed there and install this code instead?
Hey kopper! I posted a discussion about it here. Had a problem with it at first, but I worked it out.
If I´m not in FB, is there a way to moderate those comments?
You can't moderate the comments, but you should be able to delete them.
Ok, thanks. I prefer Disqus in the future, and only in blog posts.
I used to use Disqus on my old network years ago. I never did get it to work for blogs. You're saying you have?
No. I´m saying that I hope that the improvements in the blog functionality (see the roadmap) will give to us the ability to put Disqus (we have a debate about this improvement here).