Johnno

Wednesday, May 11, 2005

What has Moff done to his blog?

Here is the source code from his blog

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This is not a Good Thing!

Perhaps he has been fiddling with the Blogspot black magic code?

8 Comments:

  • I have received word that he yet lives and his blog is being ported to his own domain.

    By Blogger Deleted, at 1:17 pm  

  • Well...it's a long and winding road.

    Yes. The blogpsot blog seemed to have disappeared. How did you get to see that to which you link. I'm baffled.

    Anyway...I've got yet another new blog started

    By Blogger moff, at 5:29 am  

  • The weirder part here is this: I just had to re-sign to blogger in order to leave a comment here and they forced a new blog on me - and they gave me the name of my old blog. Which would mean they have some serious issues. I would think. I really canl;t bothered with Blogger any more, or I'd persue it.

    The yet another new blog is here:

    http://brian-moffatt.com/wp/

    I think.

    More later/ Let's hope. Oh and I have the Blogger blog - or its remains - up at

    http://brian-moffatt.com/blog.html

    Again, I think.

    By Blogger moff, at 5:34 am  

  • OK fixed the link. I'm not sure how the blogspot ju-ju works but it's ok for me for the time being.

    Comment feature via the word-press iron-gate-keeper-with-moat-and- drawbridge on your blog is unavailable. I was going to write a bit of flowery prose about autumn/fall in this neck of the woods.

    From what I can tell it is subscriber specific for each blog?

    By Blogger Johnno, at 9:07 am  

  • comments:

    from what I know, I - the great gatekeeper - must approve your comment. Once approved, once, you are in, to comment as much as you like.

    So, yeah for each blog. fighting comment spam.

    By Blogger Brian, at 1:03 pm  

  • You may need to add a "subscribe" on your meta links to allow the first comment. Like they have at http://www.wordpress.com/

    It seems to be a blog specific registration; rather than the blanket registration such as blogspot where you register and can leave comments at any site http://xxxxxxx.blogspot.com

    By Blogger Johnno, at 4:54 pm  

  • well, I opened up the comments to 'anyone'- I had been trying to restrict it to approved commentors to cut down on comment spam, as suggested somewhere, but until that problem actually comes up, I'll leave it open. Thx.

    By Blogger Brian, at 7:16 am  

  • So many blogs and only 10 numbers to rate them. I'll have to give you a 10 because you have done a good job. Great Job,

    Blog news.

    Google has created a "no follow" tag that blogger.com is using that will stop comment spammers links to get indexed in to Google search engine, Thus should help stop some comment spam from happening.

    Free Access To More Information Aboutcomment spam

    By Blogger Clickbank Mall, at 8:44 am  

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