So, let's see what happens now. I have gotten several comments today, to several of my earlier posts, which were written before enabling the option. If you wish to make a comment regarding this issue, and can't do so here, please do so using my general post, Leave Comments Here. But having eyeballed this post, and a couple earlier ones, I see the embedded comment form on all posts, when you are in post view (not main page view).
In blogs which use a separate comment page ("Full page") or possibly a pop-up page ("Pop-up window"), you'll see the link caption at the bottom "Post a Comment", which will have a URL of the form "www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=nnnnnnn&postID=nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn". In this blog, and when you are in main page view, if you'll look below this post, you'll see "nn Comments", which will have a URL "blogging.nitecruzr.net/2008/10/embedded-comment-form-problem.html#comments". The latter link will put you into post view, and position you at the "Post a Comment" form.
I've seen several blogs where the problem, as described, can be observed. In those blogs, the "Post a Comment" link will be "blogging.nitecruzr.net/2008/10/embedded-comment-form-problem.html#comments", and will be seen even in post view, and in place of the actual "Post a Comment" form. This gives a link which, when clicked, simply leads back to itself.
In some cases, changing the comment option to "Full page" or "Pop-up window" may provide relief from your problem. Possibly you can then try, again, "Embedded below post".
For a discussion of these, and other, procedures, you may refer to my later post Problems With Posting Comments To Blogs Using Inline Comment Forms.
When commenting on your current circumstances, please provide diagnostics:
- The URL of your blog.
- What comment option did you use, when it worked ("Full page" or "Pop-up window").
- When / if did you select Comments "Embedded below post".
- Whether you have published any changes to your blog since selecting "Embedded below post".
- Did you try changing the comment option, and if so, to what setting, and did that help?