Re: Can't comment on my own blog!
I left a test comment, on the blog. The blog uses a full page comment form, with all levels of authentication accepted.
You can have a filter:
- In a native browser feature.
- In a browser add-on.
- In a security feature, on the computer.
- In a network device.
You have to consider every anti-malware product, that you may have on your network. Every such product, to be effective, is updated occasionally - and every update carries with it, risk - such as incidental interference with Blogger cookies or scripts.
Clearing cache and / or cookies will not produce the same result as properly configuring the filters. Clearing content, and configuring filters, are two separate activities.
Try the commenting / cookie test, by commenting on 2 of my blogs, if you like.
Read, for details:
Why Third Party Cookies Are A Necessity:
Test For Cookie Filtering Problem:
Please, Don't Filter Web Content, Excessively:
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- Post an answer.
- Having your answer selected as the best answer.
- Having your post rated as helpful.
- Vote up a post.
- Correctly mark a topic or post as abuse.
Having a post marked and removed as abuse will slow a user's advance in levels.
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