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Since I was asked recently about why my blog didn't have comments, I decided to spend a little time today and code them. I've yet to put any spam protection in, so I may have to delete some by hand until I do. But, I plan on using Jake Munson's CFFormProtect when I do. I've been using it on one of our client's sites, and the results have been nice. Anyway, enjoy the comments!

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Typing this really fast so I can submit it before you get hit with your first spam!


Posted by Per Djurner on Jan 12, 2007 at 03:20 AM UTC - 5 hrs

Thanks Per! I think there's a bug in it though, as it's supposed to email me when a comment is posted... only, it didn't for this one (it did when I tested it myself, though). I'll investigate... maybe it went in my junk folder =).

I notice this: "I will return to the blogosphere shortly..."


Posted by Sam on Jan 12, 2007 at 02:49 PM UTC - 5 hrs

You know, that Per! almost looks like Perl ...

Posted by Sam on Jan 12, 2007 at 02:49 PM UTC - 5 hrs

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