Comment On Sixteen Small Stones Using Your Facebook Login

Sixteen Small Stones is now integrated with Facebook using Facebook Connect.  Now anyone with a Facebook account can leave comments on my articles here without having to create a new account and remember yet another password.

Just click the Facebook button in the comments section of any post and approve Sixteen Small Stones for use with your facebook account, and you will be able to leave a comment on any article whenever you are logged into Facebook.

First time comments will still be subject to moderation, but once your first comment has been approved, you should be able to comment at will.

Let me know what you think and if you have any trouble with it.

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2 Responses to Comment On Sixteen Small Stones Using Your Facebook Login

  1. How do you have this setup? What plugin are you using?

  2. I’m using a plugin called wp-facebookconnect that implements the facebook connect api and creates local users that are tied to their facebook counterparts.

    I tweaked the plugin a little, changing the CSS and adding a small div to the html that the plugin code itself generates to achieve the floating facebook ID for facebook users who are logged in.

    Thanks for asking!

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Be sure you are familiar with the Comment Policy before commenting.

Anyone who wishes to comment here must register for a sixteensmallstones.org login or connect using their Facebook account. Registration is simple and fast.

Once you have activated your account, you must log in to post comments. The first time you comment will still be moderated, but once I have approved your first comment you should be able to continue to add additional comments on any article without further impediment as long as you are logged in.