This post is dedicated to those who have encountered difficulty leaving comments on my blog. Those who have mastered this technicality please bear with me. Several time I have received some comments on RHD that someone was unable to leave a comment. I hope that these steps may help you. I took some computer screen photos but they were not high quality enough to post them. So here are the steps and if you still have difficulty, don't give up. Try until you get it. It's really not difficult.
LET'S BEGIN:, and don't forget that you have to scroll down whenever you want to read lower down the page and post your comment and copy the squiggly word in the word verification box.
You have found my blog Of Petals and Wool and have read my post of the day and want to leave your comment:
Step 1. At the bottom of my post you will see Posted by Julia and there may be some comments or 0 comments. CLICK on Comment and a comment box will appear.
Step 2. CLICK on the comment box.
Step 3. Start typing your comment.
Step 4. CLICK on the little narrow box under the comment box. If you have a Google email account, click on Google account but if you can't fine an account to identify you Click on Anonymous instead. My blog is set up to receive anonymous comments although I ask that you please identify yourself at the end of your comment so I know who you are. Fair enough? Don't sign out.
Step 5. CLICK on Post a Comment.
Step 6. See that squiggly funny word, type that word in the small Word Verification box that has a tiny wheel chair beside it. Note, this is a safety feature to keep spam out. It trick the spam computer from recognizing the word and since it can't read it spam can't get in.
Step 7. CLICK on Post Comment
I hope that you will be successful in leaving your comment. JB
I love your blog. I hope that your readers don't give up on leaving comments. I read your blog daily.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Doris for being a faithful follower. I hope that you find something of interest. And thanks for leaving comments. Have a great day. JBReplyDelete
Julia, one thing to add to your instructions that I found out - a person has to scroll down AFTER clicking on post comment to get to the squiggly word, otherwise, one assumes that the comment has been left. I did that a couple of times in the beginning.ReplyDelete
I too very much enjoy reading your blog. Every night before I go to bed, I check and sure enough you have posted. If you ever change to less frequent postings be sure to let us know because I will definitely worry if I don't see your usual post.