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Fans unable to comment on facebook page

We have a business page. Now our fans are unable to comment on my posts. We went "live" last week, and it worked for awhile...How do I make it so my fans can comment on our posts?

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SOURCE: my facebook was working fine but for about a week now its not working properly, i cant chat with friends, make comments, update status, post on walls send messages, the links dont do anything, it work

Ok if your using IE7 go to tools internet options look for browsing hsitory and press delete then delete all the check the box and hit ok 

Alternatively you can avoid such hassle from Internet explorer (causes facebook to lagg) you can download anotehr web browser such as mozzilla firefox , opera or safari.

Posted on Oct 14, 2008

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SOURCE: i am unable to post any comments.

have you tried to use another browser. because if you can't see the site with one browser, then you can use a different one that should work better. if you use a mac there is Firefox, Netscape, and Opera. If PC you have other then IE, Netscape, Firefox, Camino, Mozilla, Opera many others.

And if you still can't view the website then you might have to contact facebook and not this site.

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SOURCE: Facebook status updates & posting comments

hi.. pls to check first your settings maybe you disabled your account to sent comments and update your status...try to check the account settings and privacy settings...thank you very much...

Posted on Jul 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Facebook comments keep overlapping each other;

I ended up using a new browser. I now use google chrome, which seems to have solved the problem just fine.

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SOURCE: On facebook, I am unable to post or comment.

might need a new java update or direct x or something for the computer to read certain things, like type boxes

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Yes Facebook is deliberately making Facebook Pages less effective and harder to administer in a blatant attempt to force administrators to spend money to do the things that should be free.

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