Comments Now Fixed

I had accidentally messed up the comments page when I had reuploaded some changes. I forgot to set it to CHMOD 755. Which is why the Internal Server Error 500 was popping up everytime you try to view or add a comment. Sorry about that, it’s fixed now.

In related news, Taylor McKnight has posted some great resources and tips on how to make your Movabletype blog more secure and keep the spammers at bay. If you’re just starting out, or need a refresher, definitely check this post out.

12 Responses to “Comments Now Fixed”

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  1. Sorry to keep bugging you about piddling errors, but one of the links on the right-hand side, under “LinkPool” isn’t quite all there. All it says is “What Tolkien Officially Said Abo”. The page itself is “What Tolkien Officially Said About Elf Sex”. You might want to fill in the blank so that the message veiwed when hovering over the link (“the title says it all…”) makes sense.

  2. Sorry to be the bearer of more bad news, but this comment form isn’t remembering my personal info.

    If it’s not one thing, it’s another. :)

  3. It works fine for me. Did you click on Yes to Remember personal info? I’ve made that mistake before. Also, if you have cookies disabled, that’d be why, as it remembers the info via a cookie.

  4. Let’s see if it holds this time (and in Firebird, not IE).

    Ooh, I have a theory: I always use the preview thing to check for mispellings, and when the preview loads there’s no yes/no radio buttons anymore. Could that be it?

  5. nate

    I didn’t preview that last one; still no luck saving my info.

    I also checked my cookies; I have some in there from your website, but nothing related to the comments. So cookies are working…

  6. It should work now, I pasted in the javascript code from the default template, which should do the trick.

  7. It definitely works now. I just put in the default template. Somewhere I’m screwing it up, so I might as well stick with the default template for now until I can figure out what I’m doing wrong.

    Once again, thanks for the help, and sorry for the trouble.

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