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  1. I have published a new page but when I open my blog I can't see it. I want to make it visible as a menu button. In the adminpanel I can see that it's published but I can't find it as a visitor.

    I don't see buttons "Like" and "Follow" when I open my blog "reoptimeyes" as a visitor (without logging). Does it mean that each visitor should register on WordPress to "like" posts or "follow" the blog?

    The blog I need help with is reoptimeyes.wordpress.com.

  2. Troubleshooting – My Pages aren’t appearing
    They must be public pages – not private - not drafts.
    Public – The page will be visible to everyone.
    Protected – The page is protected with a password you set. Only people who have the password can view a protected page.
    Private – Pages are only visible to blog Editors and Administrators. Private pages are not visible in Blog Surfer, feeds, or in any search. A page can be private without being password protected.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/pages/

    See also:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/menus/#adding-pages

  3. I see the like button and sharing buttons http://reoptimeyes.wordpress.com/min-resa-till-en-battre-syn/
    You must click the post title like this http://reoptimeyes.wordpress.com/2014/01/14/om-du-kort-fast/ to see them at the end of the post above the comment box.

  4. Thank you so much timethief!
    The thing I did was to change the theme. I think some of them aren't designed to show pages. With a new theme it worked.
    Now I can also see all the share buttons after the artikles. But there is a menue in the upper part of the page where there is another like button and even follow button. I wonder if it is only wordpress members or those registered who can see them. Because when I am not logged I can't see them.

    Thank for your time and support!

  5. a) No, all themes can display links to your pages. It's just that some do it automatically and some require creating a custom menu. If you prefer Reddle, you can switch back to it.

    b) That's the WP admin bar. Only wordpress.com users see it, when logged-in.

  6. Thanks justpi! The comments I've got here really make it easier for me!

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