Seems to generate as much comment as anything on my site! Is it really that bad? The irony of asking for comments on leaving comments isn’t lost on me! I have to have the captcha to stop the spammers and I want to leave comments open to all. I still get the occasional spam comment and am considering upping the security a little more (it won’t change the current comment method).

The other option is to only allow comments from members, which would mean you would have to join the site to post comments. Or to require email confirmation for every single comment left. I think both of these are more of a pain than how it is currently set up.

Please tell me what’s wrong with it and what would make it better for you.

I’ve also noticed I’m not getting informed when people leave comments as it should be doing, I need to fix this.

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John Talbot

The main protagonist behind this nonsense. The website title is inspired by the lyrics of the B-side to Lily the Pink by The Scaffold. "The buttons of your mind were difficult to find and my fingers far too clumsy."

2 thoughts on “Comments?”

  1. Maybe its because it says ‘Post A comment’ then has a blank space. You have to actually scroll back to the top of the article then click ‘leave a comment’ for the form to show!

    talk about bad programming!

    p..s get back to work!

    oh and lastly, if you write about something interesting, people might comment raspberry

  2. Note to self. Don’t name an entry the same as that of a template otherwise it goes badly wrong.

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