comment moderation

Just in case this happens again…..

w(t)f employs some fairly hardcore spam controls besides those built into WordPress. If I didn’t, I would be getting emails for penis enlargement poker mortgages* all. Day. Long.

One of the filters is on words. If you try to use a word that you might have seen in a spam email, there is a pretty good chance you can’t use it in the comments.

I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

*Thanks jSchwa

Published by Don

Lead bottle washer at donburnside.com, host at whiteroofradio.com and tech guru for the MotoringFile family of sites.

Join the Conversation

6 Comments

  1. And so begins the attempts to leave you a comment with a banned word. Except that if I did manage it I wouldn’t be able to boast of my success because the comment would be banned. Which makes it all kinda pointless. So no change there from anything else I do…

  2. LOL.

    Oddly enough, I am able to leave a comment with a banned word or 2 (poker mortgage).

    Tested this last night with master jSchwa. Must be an admin thing.

  3. Oh it works alright! I tried to suggest db take those little white things with a glass of water, to help him sleep, and it wouldn’t post mine either. Not sure if it’s screening “pi ll s” or “in som ni a”. Let’s see if spaces tricks it. πŸ˜‰

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

To create code blocks or other preformatted text, indent by four spaces:

    This will be displayed in a monospaced font. The first four 
    spaces will be stripped off, but all other whitespace
    will be preserved.
    
    Markdown is turned off in code blocks:
     [This is not a link](http://example.com)

To create not a block, but an inline code span, use backticks:

Here is some inline `code`.

For more help see http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.