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  1. Theme Hemingway does not reflect the post comments via facebook or twitter icons?also unable tp activate custom menu. need help on theme Hemingway.

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

  2. I don't know the answer to your question. I was under the impression that all comment boxes were now equipped with Facebook and Twitter log-in buttons.
    http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2011/06/07/post-comments-twitter-facebook/
    If your blog is not displaying them you will have to contact Staff http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/

    The Hemingway theme does not natively support menus, but you can use the “Custom Menu” widget to add any menus you create here to the theme’s sidebar (footer widget area).
    http://theme.wordpress.com/themes/hemingway/
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/widgets/custom-menu-widget/

  3. vnab16, the Comment form is appearing correctly on my end. Are you still experiencing this issue?

  4. @Themeshaper
    I do see the Facebook and Twitter log-in links today. I'm using Firefox 5.

  5. I'm using theme hemingway, too - and I can't figure out how to switch the order of my posts, other than copying a post.....deleting it....then creating a new post so that it's in the order I want it. Right now the posts (in dashboard) are all listed in the order they were created....I want to be able to switch them around and put whichever one I want at the top and so on. Any ideas on this? I hope I'm not missing something really easy. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.

  6. Thanks for the help-I do see the twitter and facebook icons-must have missed it the other day because I was in a rush.

  7. @heysenator, posts here are all shown in reverse chronological order (newest at top/first). There is no way to change that, and changing dates on posts after they have been published is not a good idea since the date is part of the URL. That means that when you change a post date, any links to that from search engines will be broken and too many broken links on a site causes the search engines to get cranky and at some point they might decide to quit crawling your site entirely. I've seen that happen.

  8. Hey Sacred path! Thank you for explaining the way the posts work...do you see any issues or problems arising from simply deleting posts ?

    Also - do you (or anyone else reading this) know how I can do this:

    When I put a link on facebook to a blog posting...it gives me one option for a "thumbnail" and it's the wordpress's "W" - is there any way around this....adding an image to the background of my hemingway blog (which is not working well) doesn't seem to do it.

    Any thoughts are great! Thanks!

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