TypeKey Enabled

Just to let you know that, following the introduction of it over at Observation Dome, you can now register for comments using TypeKey. Simply create an account over there, and then log-in on the comment posting form. Whilst you’re at it, you can create a profile for yourself as well, which people can view by selecting the Typekey logo next to your name when you comment.

I’m well aware that TypeKey isn’t the best authentication system in the world. In fact, it’s one of the worst. Nonetheless, it’s here, it works, and it’ll do until I get round to sorting out this mess of a site. If you don’t like it (or if you don’t have/use JavaScript), then don’t worry – you can still comment without it, as usual.

I’ve also enabled basic HTML on the comments, exactly like OD – so don’t forget that URLs don’t auto-link any more, but you have to use the <a> tag. Images are also allowed – I won’t lay any specific guidelines, but the basic rule is: be vaguely sensible with regards to image size.

Feel free to use this entry to test things out. More actual content this coming week.

13 Responses to TypeKey Enabled

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  1. You’ve managed to bugger up the lines between the comments.

  2. > You’ve managed to bugger up the lines between the comments.

    Looks fine here. What’s wrong with them?

  3. Nothing now. But there was earlier.

  4. I changed the stylesheet as well – so possibly that hadn’t reloaded for you at the time.

  5. > “Images are also allowed”
    > Ooh, dangerous…

    Note that pictures of spurting hairy dogs cocks *are* allowed.

  6. “Note that pictures of spurting hairy dogs cocks *are* allowed.”

    There have been several comments from you like this lately Mr John Hoare. May I suggest you lay low for a while now?

  7. If someone doesn’t post a picture of a spurting dogs cock, I’ll close down the site.

  8. That’s an extraordinary picture.

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