In main page view, instead of seeing the comments and the comment entry form, you'll merely see a link, such as "2 comments". Clicking on "2 comments" puts the blog display into single post mode, and positions the browser below the post, at the comment entry form - or links to the separate comments page or to the popup comments page.
Most recently, this link, on some blogs, is reported to be inoperative or invisible. The first thing to try, in this case, is resetting the post template. If resetting the post template does not work, then try resetting the widget templates.
In another scenario, for blogs with "word verification" ie "CAPTCHA" enabled, the CAPTCHA either may not be visible, or if visible, may not seem to work - even when you have entered the correct answer, repeatedly. This will be observed by some, but not all owners and / or readers. If the CAPTCHA does not appear, or if it can't be solved in 2 or 3 tries (and you are certain that you have entered the correct answers), your computer has a security setting problem. This will generally be related to third party cookies, or a script being blocked.
In a third scenario, neither resetting the widgets nor enabling third party cookies or Blogger scripts will provide relief to the CAPTCHA problem. Like the previous scenario, this will not be seen by everybody. First, clear both cache and cookies, and restart the browser
If you're using Internet Explorer V8, and you're seeing any of these problems, please try using another browser.
If you or your readers have another problem with inline comment forms, or if the above procedures don't provide a solution to your problem, provide details as you're able.
- First, as always, the URL of the blog.
- What is the problem? Can you not see a comment form, or can you not enter a comment successfully?
- Is the problem universal, or specific to some owners and / or readers?
- What browser is used by the ones reporting the problem?
- What security components (anti-malware protection, add-ons in the browser, etc) and settings are in the browser and on the computer?