Confused and Curious ~CC03

Post 3 in the Confused and Curious

You can see them all by searching on our “Post Code” “~CC” or by clicking on the link here or below in full

https://fatnessnowfitness.wordpress.com/?s=~CC&submit=Search

Techie Tip ~01 you can find and tinker with you posts by doing a search from the admin interface

https://fatnessnowfitness.wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit.php?s=%22~CC%22

Techie Tip ~02
https://fatnessnowfitness.wordpress.com/wp-admin/edit.php?orderby=date&order=asc&s=”~CC”

Techie Tip ~03
Open the link in a new window / tab
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The reason this is very powerful is it allows you to jump from the admin interface to the user interface
and see how the posts are displayed and their order etc

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So back to the “likes” question  / observation in more detail.

CC05I have searched for the “~CC” post code and have sorted by date
I can sort by reverse date “within” this selection

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I have searched for the “~CC” post code and have sorted by comments
I can sort by reverse date “within” this selection

But for likes I assume it is for “likes” I cannot sort on the column and there
is no hover over description – has anyone ever wanted to do this.

Is it a feature which is available in the wordpress.org world or by using custom feature.

I’m just curious and confused!

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Now I am curious ~CC02

Now I am curious


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What  is the the “<- 17” referring to?
Anyone know?

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So back to the question – How can I see what is “liked” ?
The nearest I can see at present is to go to “All Posts” and look down the column.

The column with no hover over description and no sort option – why not I ponder to myself?
Do I have to pay for that option – is it more cost if I am in a hurry – discounted at weekends?
Could the price be linked to a heart rate monitor – or would heart attacks be bad publicity!

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Liking a blog – I’m confused ~CC01

Where can I see the number of likes for the blog rather than an individual post.

I can see a like button in the dashboard at the top near the follow button.
So I can like other people post and can see if I have followed or liked the post already.

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http://en.support.wordpress.com/likes/

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My confusion comes because they have sent me this notification
where can I see this tally – that they speak of
it does not seem to mention 1 post of is it all combined posts?

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Reblogging is Back!

This is a really useful and informative piece. If you want to “reblog” a post make sure you do so from the original source – take care you don’t just reblog the reblog – I need more coffee!

The WordPress.com Blog

As we mentioned last week, you can like and reblog posts directly from your reader, which displays a stream of all the updates published on all the blogs you follow from your WordPress.com account.

We’ve also brought the reblog button back to the toolbar that appears at the top of the screen when you’re logged into WordPress.com. Note that you’ll only see the like and reblog options while you’re looking at individual posts.

For example, you’ll see this on the left side of your toolbar while viewing http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2012/01/20/read-blogs:

And your toolbar will look like this while you’re browsing the home page of en.blog.wordpress.com:

How does reblogging work?

Reblogging is a quick way to share posts published by other WordPress.com users on your own blog. People have been reblogging others’ posts since blogging started, but our new reblogging system enables authors to retain greater control over their content.

When…

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