I've got a Wordpress-based blog with like button integration.

After developing a new publish around the blog I usually share it on my small Facebook profile and obtain some likes and comments there (see 24 total likes within this image) but individuals will not show within the blog publish (within this image you can observe only 5 total likes for the similar publish both screenshots were taken concurrently).

I am getting this issue two or three days ago, so on count was working fine formerly.

This other publish (http://www.manuelmedina.com.mx/images/Facebook-Like-error-3.png) is showing zero likes during my blog, however i know without a doubt it had +100 likes before all of this started. During my Facebook profile, this same publish shows 7 likes, 2 shares, along with a comment (http://www.manuelmedina.com.mx/images/Facebook-Like-error-4.png). Many buddies copy-copied and pasted the hyperlink by themselves profiles, allowing it to grow to as much as 100 total likes, that have been visible within the publish page on my small blog, however it's to zero which makes me crazy.

I am unsure of the however i think so on count proven during my blog is counting only like button clicks, and never thinking about likes produced in Facebook profiles.

I am sure you'll had figured this out but I am a novice in Facebook development, and so i take some serious help.

Thanks ahead of time and please pardon me if my british isn't perfect.

I am unsure of the however i think so on count proven during my blog is counting only like button clicks, and never thinking about likes produced in Facebook profiles.

You clarified your question within the quesiton itself already! So on count in the like button only shows the number of people clicked on onto it. You cannot change that. Should you always wish to show so on count of the facebook publish, get its permalink by hitting its date (e.g. "15 days ago"). Then obtain the information in the Graph API by visiting http://graph.facebook.com/http://www.permalink-in-here.com/blabla, decode the JSON (see phps json_decode for instance) so that you can browse the publish-count, you'll be able to echo it in your page. If you wish to be clever you could utilize so on button with no count and add the amount just behind it within the same style as facebook does (that's against FB's Conditions and terms though!!!!). Remember that this can only count the publish-likes, not the real ones from clicks the particular like-button!

To enhance your question: Request an issue and make certain to publish some relevant code later on!