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Enable HTML5 validation of WordPress comment form fields to ensure only well-formed email addresses and URLs are used.
Liven up your WordPress comment forms by using silly, punny identities as placeholders for the name, website, and email form fields.
Enable the viewing of your server's
phpinfo() output within your WordPress installation, without leaving the information open to public viewing.
Note: The code in this article was updated and tested to work as of 2015-09-01. If you run a WordPress-powered website, ask yourself, how many users leave your site by following the links left by commenters? The answer will no doubt vary greatly site to site, but if your users are leaving your site prematurely … Continue reading How to Avoid Losing Visitors Due to Comment Links
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I'm still trying to learn all the various typographical rules for various hyphens and dashes and so on. Perhaps it isn't worth my time, but the difference between a minus symbol and a hyphen should have been taught in school! (It wasn't.)