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Why my link party is not displaying inside my post?

Tags: wordpress, party not showing

If a blog hosted on, then no widget is allowed to be displayed inside the posts.

The only option to run a link party to sites is to add a button which, when readers click on it, takes them to an external page where the linkup is hosted. 

If a blog's installation is on a self-hosted platform, blogger or typepad, the widget will display the linkup inside the blog posts, if the code placed correctly.

To place the InLinkz code properly, simply remove the code you have already added to you blog and grab a fresh copy of the code, as shown below:
Link Party Code

If possible, paste it to your blog while in HTML editing mode and do not switch to preview. Just commit your changes.

400 Bad Request Request Header Or Cookie Too Large

Tags: error 400

Please, clear your browser cache ('s-Cache) or try to use another browser.

​The issue is due to chrome's cookie storage space and is only affecting your own browser.

Don't worry, your readers are seeing the linkup correctly.

Why do I get the message "The InLinkz widget is not allowed in this website" and how can I fix it?

Tags: widget, not allowed

If you get the following message, when the InLinkz widget is added to your blog,
The InLinkz widget is not allowed in this website
you need to add your blog address to your Blog Settings (Settings> My Blogs), in order to allow the  widget to be displayed on your website.

Why I get the message "Link Party Not Found"?

Tags: party not found

If you get the message "Link Party Not Found":
Link party not found

1. Refresh the page by holding down Shift on a PC or Command + R on Mac (check out this post as well:'s-Cache )

2. Try using another browser or an incognito window

If that does not work either:

1. Let us know the version of the browser and the OS you are using.
2. Send us a screenshot of the "console" tab of the development console of the browser (it comes up with F12). 

Why InLinkz cannot find any images when I add a post preview link?

Tags: no images

If the link you are trying to enter to a link party is a post preview link, then the widget won't be able to find any images, since the access to a preview page isn't allowed. 

To avoid that issue, make sure the post you are about to add is published and publicly viewable.

Why my link is not shown in the link party?

Tags: unverified links, link not shown, no backlink

There are two reasons why a submitted link might not be shown in a link party:

a. You haven't verified your login to InLinkz.

How to solve it: Check your inbox or your spam folder for the verification email. If you cannot find it, request a new one or contact us. 

b. The host requires backlinks and your link doesn't comply with this ruleset. 

 How to solve it: The link needs to be approved by the host. Make sure you have followed the host's rules.

Why I get the message that I reached the limit of parallel running link parties

Tags: timeline, whoops, parallel parties

Inlinkz plans come with a set amount of link parties you can run in parallel.

Parallel open link parties are those parties that can be open at the same time period, including future ones.

If this limit is exceeded, then the above "Whoops" message is shown.

Limit for link parties running at the same time reached.

To check for the available dates so as to plan your new link parties without issues, use the InLinkz Link Party Timeline:

1. Go to your Inlinkz Dashboard and click to open the Filters menu on the left.

2. Click to View the Link Party Timeline.

3. A visualization of your link parties' running periods will be shown. The ended link parties will be marked in red and the open or scheduled parties will be marked in blue.

4. Use the field underneath the timeline to check the available dates for your next link party.

Check available dates

If the party you want to create exceeds your parallel open parties limit, simply go back to your dashboard and select new dates.

Want to learn more about the InLinkz Timeline? Check out here.

Why did my linkup close early

Tags: closed party

The usual suspects of an early-closing linkup are two:

1. It might be an advanced setting regarding the maximum number of links in total. This setting automatically closes the linkup when the total number of links reaches the set number. 

If you have set this to something small, then the linkup will close. 
2. Another possibility would be that the time was not set correctly and the linkup closed in e.g. 11 AM instead of 11 PM. For midnight, the correct time would be 12 AM and noon would be 12 PM.

Note: Trial and free accounts are only allowed up to 50 links per linkup. 

What can I do if the linkup says that is loading for ever

Tags: loading

Most probably, the script part is missing.

Please check your post. You can quickly check the code of your blog by right-clicking on your blog and selecting “View source”.
View source

Then, with Ctrl-F, you can search for the “” keyword which is where the code is.
The Inlinkz code

Compare the code with what you got from the script page. If some of it is missing, then your blog editor has removed part of it.

Re-get the code from the script page and put it again, replacing all the previous code.

The widget has loaded but there is no blue button to add my link

Tags: no button to linkup

Please check the start time of the linkup. The button only appears when it is time to enter links.

Here is how a link party looks like when it hasn't opened yet:

The link party is not open

And here is an open party:

An open link party

Remember, the +Add link button is always enabled for the party owners, regardless of the party's status.

Viewing as the party owner