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blog comment error

Posted on 2013-11-14
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Using blogspot.com, I am getting an error when trying to add a comment.
the error is: Your OpenID credentials could not be verified.
This is a common error with many suggestions.  I am able to post a comment if I use a GMAIL account but would like for others to be able to add comments using other accounts (AIM, etc). Any help is appreciated.   Thanks.
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All users of OpenID (myself included) were advised by email that OpenID has ceased operation since most people now use social media sites to register with new web sites.

Basically, OpenID contained the minimum information to register for a new site - but Facebook, Twitter, Google & co. are also recognized as valid sources for this minimum information.

Furthermore, blogspot.com has become blogger.com, so you can now logon with your Google account since blogspot.com (and YouTube) now belong to Google!
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thanks for the info.  So gmail and youtube account would be the only way to post a comment to this site?
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It would seem so!
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