1. Your website isn't connectedHere's some info on how to get your website connected.
2. Your page's content element is too shortIf your content element's height is shorter than the height of your vertical Flare bar, it will not show up. Try adding more vertical height to the element, attaching your Flare bar to a different element, or consider using a horizontal Flare bar instead.
3. Your page doesn't have a commonly-recognized content elementFlare tries to automatically figure out where the main content lives on your page, but sometimes it needs a little help. If this is the case, there are 2 things you can do to give Flare a hand:
First, checkout how to drag-and-drop Flare to make sure you didn't miss anything.
Use "Pin" positioning
Flare offers the option to "pin" the sharing bar to the left or right edge of your visitor's browser window:
Use CSS Selectors
You can use CSS Selectors to specify which element it should attach to, using the CSS Selectors option (see below).