Thanks again for the suggestion….however, .some links may require an http or https, which is why you need to enter the social URL’s with the full URL, including the http, etc. Some don’t even use the www part, such as Twitter which is:
Wow, I must’ve hit cancel on my reply lol… here goes again.
I did not watch the social network setup vid, because it seemed pretty self-explanatory.
Watching it, you do say to enter the http:// part, not just the username, so that makes sense.
What I did was just put in the URL that Google gave me. I also added the # tag to other ones, and it looks like if there is no http://, then the link is assumed to be within your own site since it adds your domain.
I don’t know if that’s just WP functionality or not, but I have all the links good now. Just thought I’d give you a heads up in case it ever came up with anyone. 😉
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