After I added commento comments on my blog for jeko.writeas.com, I started to pay attention of the address used everywhere to access my blog. And I can see, even if I configured my blog to be accessible from jeko.writeas.com, that the federated posts on mastodon are using write.as/jeko. So the visitor can’t comment.
Is there something I can do or should I use write.as/jeko everywhere only ? or a custom domain
Hi @jeko! So this happens because you’re logged in. If someone else clicks the
write.as/jeko/post link on Mastodon, it will actually redirect to your
jeko.writeas.com domain, showing the comment section. You can try it by opening up one of your latest posts in your browser’s incognito mode: https://write.as/jeko/hall-a-project-manager-for-the-guile-programming-language
Hope that makes sense and would be glad to clarify further!
Yo @cjeller1592 ! Thank you for your help, actually it helps, I get it. It’s perfect.
(Is there something I can do to tell my “problem” is solved ?)
Glad to help! So under my post above, you can select the ellipsis menu (. . .) and pull up a list of options. There should be an option for Solution. If you click that it will show in the topic that the problem is solved.