Know Why Like Button Not Working On Facebook

Why Is My Like Button Not Working On Facebook

If you have added your Facebook account to the popup settings but the Like button does not appear, it may be due to one of the following reasons:

– Your Facebook page has been restricted and is not open to the public.

You typed the incorrect link in the app’s settings.

Case 1: Your Facebook page has been restricted and is not publicly accessible.

We’re referring to Facebook Business Pages here, not personal accounts. If you’re unsure if your Facebook page is visible to the general public, do this simple test: Go to Facebook >> check to see whether you’re signed in, and if you are, just click on the drop-down menu next to “Home” on the right-hand side, scroll down, and click logout >> Log out of Facebook. You may also wish to clean your browser’s cache.

Enter your Facebook URL now, and do you see the generic Facebook page asking you to join up or login when it brings up your page? Or do you see your website, but it has a log in option at the top? Two examples are shown below. The first one displays a public page, while the second displays a restricted page.

If your page has limitations, the user must be logged in to access it. To change your Facebook settings, follow these steps: Connect to Facebook >> Navigate to your page >> Navigate to “Settings” >> On the left-hand side, choose “General.”

“Country Restrictions”: If you have a limitation, your page will not be publicly accessible. To see your page, someone must be logged in.

“Age Limit”: If you have an age restriction, your page will be private. To see your page, someone must be logged in. If your page is for a bar and is about alcohol, you must choose “alcohol restriction,” which means your page will not be public. If you do not follow its appropriate restrictions, you risk putting your page and company at danger of not being compliant. We understand!

“Page Moderation”: If anything is entered in that box, your page will not be made public. To see your page, someone must be logged in.

“Profanity Filter”: If you choose anything other than “Turn off,” your page will be private. To see your page, someone must be logged in.

These are the four reasons why someone might need to check in to view your Facebook profile.

Case 2: You typed in the incorrect link in the app’s settings.

Please keep in mind that you just need to provide your Facebook Username or Twitter/Instagram Handle, not the whole URL. If you enter the incorrect URL, the Like button may not appear.

Wrap Up

These are all the reasons for like button not working on facebook. Hope You got what you wanted.