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The Google+ Comments Feature Was Recently Updated - And Is Now Broken

We are seeing an abrupt flood of reports from Blogger blog owners who have accepted Google+ Comments, in their blogs.

It appears that Blogger has fixed the observed problem with the Comment Count not displaying - and has possibly at the same time, broken Google+ Comments, in general.

Blog owners are reporting that comments are simply not visible - even with the Comment Count now showing a non zero value. My test blog is now showing this problem - though it did not, before I updated the post template.

We have a new Rollup Discussion, where everybody observing this problem is invited to provide some diagnostic details.

(Update 2013/05/02 23:00): The problem appears to be resolved.

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aan-shared said…
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Tom Kimber said…
Hey I can't get comments to work on my blog either.
blog-abicom said…
thank you so muach bro...
cara-aan said…
this trick work on my blog.. thanks you bro...

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