Automatic detection of photos not happening despite fotomoto script

I have played it by the book and copied the required script on by blog (blogger) by following the instructions posted here: http://support.fotomoto.com/customer/...

Still, fotomoto does not seem to automatic detect any of the photos on my blog: http://tristanphotojournal.blogspot.no

Not sure what I am doing wrong.

Help would be appreciated
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  • Derek (Official Rep) July 17, 2012 19:46
    Hi Tristan,

    Thanks for your post. I'm looking in to this for you and will get back to you as soon as possible once I have more information on what's happening.

    Thanks in advance for your patience and kind regards,
    Derek
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  • Derek (Official Rep) July 18, 2012 19:32
    Hi Tristan,

    I've checked your Fotomoto Dashboard and everything is set the way it should be. As for the Fotomoto Script on your site, it appears that it might be installed in the incorrect position within your code. With my browser in Web Inspector mode, I can see that somehow, unfortunately, our script isn't loading on your page the way it is intended to.

    Ideally we recommend the script be placed at the end of the HTML "body" section, just above the body closing tag. In your case the Fotomoto Script is much higher within the page, and appears to be in the middle of a style tag. I realize that Blogger may not allow you to place items exactly where you want them, but I'd still try re-installing the Script in a different position and checking to make sure your page's HTML is valid, perhaps with the W3C's Markup Validation Service.

    I hope that helps and kind regards,
    Derek
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