WP glitches, and ‘Anonymous’ comments

***Third post today already about issues with WordPress.***

I am now receiving blog comments from followers who are shown as ‘Anonymous’.

WordPress is picking and choosing who and where I am allowed to leave a comment.

I have over 40 posts in my inbox from blogs I follow that I cannot comment on, though it is allowing ‘Likes’, for some reason.

These regular glitches are not acceptable to me, especially as I have a paid plan for blogging on WP.

I am refusing to get stressed about it, but I am also sick and tired of WP doing this stuff.

They have little regard for their bloggers and ‘customers’, and never bother to let us know when they are experiencing these issues, or messing around behind the scenes and creating problems.

A message to you all at WordPress. “NOT GOOD ENOUGH. DO BETTER!”

37 thoughts on “WP glitches, and ‘Anonymous’ comments

  1. I’ve had these problems – not being able to comment -on one or the other blog once in a while, and I know at least one blogger had problems – for a while – to comment on mine. I never really did anything about it, and after a while, for no reason I know, everything worked fine. It is certainly annoying, but there’s hope for you get. Old Father Time will possibly fix it.

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    1. Thanks, Pit. Because I have had the paid Personal Plan for over a year now, I used the ‘live-chat’ to get it sorted. On a free plan, I can tolerate the odd glitch, but not when I am paying for the service.
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. πŸ€” Hmm. That is one strange glitch.

    Since you are a WordPress Premium customer, you might as well lodge your complaint with the Happiness Engineers.

    I do hope that your technical issue is sorted out in a timely manner.

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  3. Yes, alk oresent and correct here. But Inhave had the same oriblem in thenpast, where I was asked for emaik address etc. I didn’t bother, as, being blind, itcwas a real hassle!

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  4. I tried to leave a comment on your last post, Pete (and by the way this is only the second I’ve seen today, not the third) but it was asking me to log in. I didn’t bother. Let’s see what happens if I do.

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        1. I tried that on Sue’s blog this morning. Despite having all the details, it insisted on a verification code being sent to my phone. When I entered the code after 10 seconds, it said ‘Session expired, log in again’. I did that four times before giving up!

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