Thanks for the cool plugin!
I recently moved from Disqus to Facebook Comments using the official Facebook plugin for WordPress. I’m using it along with WPSocialite, which I’m using to display the FB like & Pinterest PinIt buttons.
For some reason, you cannot comment on the website when using an iOS device, even though it works fine from a desktop browser. I did notice that I’m getting an FB.getLoginStatus() called before calling FB.init() error.
Is it possible to use these two plugins together? Are you aware of a workaround for this issue?
I would recommend deactivating WPSocialite and see if it allows you to then comment on IOS. If that is the case, there is a bug. It hasn’t been my experience that WPSocialite will block such a thing, but its better to test it.
Let me know what happens and I’ll continue to debug on my end. Thanks for using WPSocialite!
Checking in on this, were you able to find that WPSocialite was the issue? I’m going to mark this resolved for now, but if you’re still having trouble don’t hesitate to reply back and open the thread back up.
hey, i have a small problem, and wpsocialite isnt the only lazy loading social sharing tool ive found with this bug. also happens with Lazy Social. When the like, or tweet, or +1 is clicked, the leave comment box appears under the button, but its clipping, only showing the width of the like button. ive tried to target and force the iframe width out with CSS, but still no luck. Is this a common bug? or possibly another plugin conflict?
Its a bit frustrating because after years of testing literally hundreds of social sharing tools, none of them have ever worked well at all, and some add 2-3 seconds of load times to pages which is a bummer…
Thanx! love this plugin, and hope to be able to use it correctly soon.
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