Well some of you may or maynot know that you can leave a comment without having a blogspot account. I copied this off the help link to help you understand how to leave a comment. We love to hear from you. It’s pretty easy at the end of a posting you will see a link called 0 comments o r it might have a different number depending on how many comments are in there, you click on that and it will bring you to a new screen that has a box for you to type, type your comment and then select the identifier option. If you do not have account use the anonymous button and that will leave your comment. Also remember to leave your name in the comment so we know who you are. So here is the tuturial below for :
“How do I leave comments on a blog?”
If someone has comments enabled on his or her blog, then you can usually find a “comments” link at the end of each post.
If you click that link, you will go to the comment posting page. (Note: in some templates, this link may take you to the post page first. From there you should be able to find the “Post a Comment” link which will take you here.)
In the upper left corner, there is an option to show or hide the original blog post that the comments relate to. The rest of the left-hand column contains any comments that have already been made. The profile photos of the comment authors may also display, depending on the blog’s settings.
On the right hand side of the page is the space for you to enter your comment. Beneath that are the identity options. (Some of these may not be available, depending on the blog’s settings.)
The options are these:
Blogger username: Your display name will appear, along with a link to your profile and your photo (if you have one).
Other: You can enter your name and a link to your website, without having to have a Blogger account.
Anonymous: No identifying information is displayed. The comment is credited to “Anonymous” without a link.
The owner of a blog also has the option to have comments open in popup windows. In this case, all the primary features will still be present, just arranged a little differently:
This article only covers Blogger’s commenting system. Some Blogger users have installed third-party comment systems (e.g. Haloscan, Enetation, etc.) which will work differently.
I hope this helps and try to leave a comment to test it out. I did a test comment so you can see what it looks like. Thank you for blogging by!!!
Happy Scrappy Doooo!!!
In His loving Hands,