ArtYah Community Forum
Register Calendar Latest Topics Chat
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
JanBell

Avatar / Picture

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 3
Reply with quote  #1 
Can anyone help please?
When I copy and paste my store address into Facebook and other social media it comes up with ArtYah's logo instead of my store logo.
Plus it is putting in an old description that I changed days ago.
  • I have been onto Craig and he too is at a loss.
  • I have changed browsers
  • I have reloaded my logo and banner
  • I have reloaded the carousel pictures as well
  • I have shut down, stood on my head and sang 'today is gonna be a better day' logo1.jpg  share on facebook.jpg  but nothing changes.

Has anyone else had this happen and if so how did you fix it?

https://www.artyah.com/seller/craftybells



__________________
Jan Bell
Photography Accessories by Crafty Bells
0
Christine

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 514
Reply with quote  #2 
In the screenshot, above the large picture it shows "available images" - what happens if you select the second picture ?  In Google+ there is a little arrow that you click to scroll to the next picture, is it the same on Facebook?

Sometimes logging out then in to refesh a page.  or deleting cookies helps with seeing the correct information

I hope you did a video of you standing on your head and singing - if so can you post it so we can all join in when we get frustrated with technology

__________________

Kerioak Art & Nail Art  [tiny-shawl]  Rosemarys Memories Vintage [tiny-shawl]   Cottage Crochet  [tiny-shawl]  Twitter  [tiny-shawl] Made in England

0
Christine

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 514
Reply with quote  #3 

Looking at your store reminded me of something - I have just treated myself to a lovely Sigma Contemporary lens (I had been saving over the last few years for a Canon 600 and gimbal head tripod but other expenses kept getting in the way and I was never going to get there)  

One thing I do find with this lens, and others to a lesser extent, is that I keep knocking the lens hood off, as the are not just for occasional use but I take them out and about with me and they go though bushes and fields when I am shooting wildlife. 
 
I wondered if another product for you might be something like a wide, probably at least 2 inches, silicone tape (so it sticks without being sticky) and velco (so it adjusts to different sized hoods) to hold lens hoods on instead of using sticky tape.  with the velco it could then be stored on the camera strap or around the packed hood when not being used so would not be just left loose in a bag and forgotten about until too late - such as when you see your hood fall in a river or disappearing across the garden because the dog thinks you dropped it for him!


__________________

Kerioak Art & Nail Art  [tiny-shawl]  Rosemarys Memories Vintage [tiny-shawl]   Cottage Crochet  [tiny-shawl]  Twitter  [tiny-shawl] Made in England

0
JanBell

Avatar / Picture

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 3
Reply with quote  #4 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Christine

Looking at your store reminded me of something - I have just treated myself to a lovely Sigma Contemporary lens (I had been saving over the last few years for a Canon 600 and gimbal head tripod but other expenses kept getting in the way and I was never going to get there)  

One thing I do find with this lens, and others to a lesser extent, is that I keep knocking the lens hood off, as the are not just for occasional use but I take them out and about with me and they go though bushes and fields when I am shooting wildlife. 
 
I wondered if another product for you might be something like a wide, probably at least 2 inches, silicone tape (so it sticks without being sticky) and velco (so it adjusts to different sized hoods) to hold lens hoods on instead of using sticky tape.  with the velco it could then be stored on the camera strap or around the packed hood when not being used so would not be just left loose in a bag and forgotten about until too late - such as when you see your hood fall in a river or disappearing across the garden because the dog thinks you dropped it for him!



Hi Christine

I researched the Sigma Contemporary lens and while it took a bit of digging I did find a forum where they were talking about a fault with the hood on the lens not being secure enough. My husband teaches photography and deals with many cameras and lenses and he had never heard of the fault before but he suggests the following:
  • Get a small hole drilled into a part of the hood that is not noticeable, particularly in photos.
  • Get some strong fishing line and knot it in through the hole.
  • Get a clip of some sort and attach it to the other end of the fishing line
  • Attach to your camera strap.
He also said not to use anything sticky around the lens as this attracts dirt and the sticky is difficult to remove, particularly in crevices around the lens and can cause more problems for you.

I am looking into making something along these lines but I need to make it look attractive as well as it being practical. The same concept can be applied to lens caps.

Thank you for your great idea.




__________________
Jan Bell
Photography Accessories by Crafty Bells
0
Christine

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 514
Reply with quote  #5 
Thanks for the idea of tying it on - there are holes already on the hood, not a design I have ever seen before and I did not think of looking to see if others had already had the problem.   I can tie it onto the foot I think,  will try it out.
__________________

Kerioak Art & Nail Art  [tiny-shawl]  Rosemarys Memories Vintage [tiny-shawl]   Cottage Crochet  [tiny-shawl]  Twitter  [tiny-shawl] Made in England

0
GorjessJewellery

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 9
Reply with quote  #6 
I don't know if it's just coincidence but I typed out my URL on my Facebook and it showed my info not artyah logo, try typing and not copying.
__________________
http://www.artyah.com/seller/gorjessjewellery
@GorjessDesigns
Instagram: Gorjess_Jewellery
Youtube: Gorjess Jewellery
0
veroniquevintage

Avatar / Picture

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 13
Reply with quote  #7 
Same thing is happening to me whenever I try to post my items to Facebook. It only shows the ArtYah logo and not my items. I emailed Craig last night but it's still doing it. Not sure if it's a fb or ArtYah issue. 
__________________
Veronique Vintage
0
EtaGemini Art

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 13
Reply with quote  #8 
I have the same problem, but when someone clicks on the link or photo, it takes them to your shop. The problem I see is that not many people will click on that link, and would probably be more likely to click on it if it showed the actual item you are trying to promote.
__________________
Love astronomy and the night sky? Then, come check out my shop!

https://www.artyah.com/seller/etagem
https://twitter.com/EtaGeminiArt
https://www.pinterest.com/etagemini
0
Christine

Avatar / Picture

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 514
Reply with quote  #9 
Someone mentioned making your image square - if this works can you report back?
__________________

Kerioak Art & Nail Art  [tiny-shawl]  Rosemarys Memories Vintage [tiny-shawl]   Cottage Crochet  [tiny-shawl]  Twitter  [tiny-shawl] Made in England

0
JanBell

Avatar / Picture

Junior Member
Registered:
Posts: 3
Reply with quote  #10 
My image is already square. Doesn't work.
Thank you

__________________
Jan Bell
Photography Accessories by Crafty Bells
0
Lesley Fry

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 248
Reply with quote  #11 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Christine
Someone mentioned making your image square - if this works can you report back?


The square image thing is for posting on Google+

__________________
https://www.artyah.com/seller/LesleysHandknits
0
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.