I Have A Glitch . . .No Comment

I have a glitch between WordPress and Gravatar.

The glitch prevents me from commenting on fellow WordPress blogger’s posts.

I’ve scoured the bowels of the inter webs for a solution.


I’ve reached out to Word Press for a solution.


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As I was reading a blog post from a fellow blogger over the weekend about blogging mechanics, I thought I would revisit my “no comment” problem.

I attempted to leave a comment in several different ways all to learn . . .

  • an “error” occured after leaving a comment thus my comment did not post
  • my comment posted through my WordPress reader but never appeared on the blog post
  • no comment from ME ever

So, I resorted to the “like” button just to let the blogger know I saw and read the blog post.

I follow many WordPress bloggers.

If you are one of them, please know I wish to comment but I have a glitch.

So no comment.

8 thoughts on “I Have A Glitch . . .No Comment

  1. 🤔 Hmm. That is a strange glitch. Not being able to comment is a bummer.

    In some instances, comments that do not show up in the comments thread of others are sent to the spam area by Akismet.

    You have a premium account (you have a domain), therefore, WordPress’s Happiness Engineers are supposed to look into the matter and fix it.

    Are you able to respond to comments on your blog?

  2. One of my long term followers gets unfollowed from my blog every week. Every week I get a notification that he started following my blog. He said it’s a weekly thing and only with my blog and the Happiness Engineers were clueless so every week, I get a notification from him that he started following my blog.

    Weird glitches in the WP bowels. 🙂

  3. Hey, Pauline. First, thanks for the mention, greatly appreciated. Second, I should apologize for my own lack of comments on your blog, as I really like what you’re doing and I should be saying such more often. I’m just one of those bloggers who reads so many posts every day that I don’t always have the time to pontificate. Not a good excuse, of course, but there you have it.

    Third, most importantly, if you’d like to do some testing by leaving comments on my own blog, I’d be more than happy to help analyze what happens. I don’t know everything, but I do know a few things, and maybe we can figure it out. Just give me a holler by responding to this comment, and hopefully I’ll get the notification that you did so. WordPress is so hinky these days…

    In any case, best of luck and I hope things work out for the better…

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