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20 enero
2010

Hidden emails for comments in this COREBlog

it was a bad idea not to put your url in my comments

For all of you who usually comment my posts:

  • First: Thnx, I really appreciate your comments ;)
  • Second: I've detected that a lot of the people who add comments to this blog didn't add an url in the comment form. I don't know if it is an act of pure lazyness (because I know some of them who has a blog, for example) or simply because they don't want their blogs to be linked here (WHY?). Anyway, these people were adding their email addresses, and those where publicly showed in the blog. I've modified the code that show the comments in this e-shell.org COREBlog theme to show a link to # instead of the email address.

I want to get more people involved in the blog, but I don't want to contribute to SPAM your INBOXes.

Just in case some other COREBloggers out there want to know, I just edited the comment_body DTML method inside my custom skin folder, replacing:

<a href="mailto:<dtml-if "REQUEST.form.has_key('email')"><dtml-var "removeHTML(REQUEST.form['email'])"><dtml-else><dtml-var email missing=""></dtml-if>">

with:

<a href="#">

Posted by wu at 17:42 | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0)
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Re: Hidden emails for comments in this COREBlog

Thank you.

Anyway, for one guy who cares... there are hundreds that want to fsck my inbox. I don't know if it will make a difference :D

Posted by: Juanjo at enero 20,2010 18:03
Re: Hidden emails for comments in this COREBlog

YES!, so I finally got it ;) (You know what I mean)

Posted by: Wu at enero 20,2010 18:41
Re: Hidden emails for comments in this COREBlog

This was actually an old known problem from COREblog... I had applied a fix myself many years ago, but thought it was already fixed in the meantime in the COREblog source code.

On thing that never works for me on your blog is the "Remember your info on cookie" checkbox. I check it every time, it never keeps my info. No big thing though.

Posted by: betabug at enero 21,2010 08:05
Re: Hidden emails for comments in this COREBlog

Just had a look at the cookies for your site in FireFux: They are set to "expire at end of session"... so that's why they never keep the content of those fields!

Posted by: betabug at enero 21,2010 08:11
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