Oh, come on, now. Since when do I write “a word” about anything?
Tonight I am writing to discuss Comments on this blog. With the change in the design of the site, some of you may not realize the Comment section may have moved. It is currently at the bottom of the post. This may change with each design change, but fear not, dear reader! Comments are still allowed and welcomed on this site! (of course, I reserve all rights to delete comments as I see fit. That’s what being an administrator to the site is all about!)
So how do you leave a comment? Look for the words “Leave a Comment.” If someone already left a comment (yay!) then look for the words “2 Comments,” or “3 Comments” or “875,486 Comments”!
Usually the words will be in a link color, like a green, blue, etc. That’s a clue you can count on.
Once you click on the link, you’ll be brought to a page so you can leave a comment. You may have to register your e-mail address at first, and your comment may not appear right away. That’s ’cause I like to torture you. Just kidding! That’s ’cause I review all comments prior to posting on the blog. Must keep out all of those Penis Enlargement ads, etc.
Once you are approved as a commenter, future comments should appear right away.
Now, for those of you who like to use gravatars, my site is set up for that. HUH????
Yeah, that’s right. A Gravatar is an image you can associate with your e-mail address, so that every time you leave a comment or post to a blog or forum, the image is shown. Many people already know about Avatars, and I used to use them on a forum, too. Gravatars are one step up from that, and are Globally recognized. What does that mean? Well, should you ever leave a comment on a blog from Australia or TimbuckTwo, your picture will appear next to your comment. Pretty cool, heh?
Want to see how it works? Check out the comments on this post. I posted a comment with the picture of when I was a Chatterbox, just for fun.
Want to know how you can do it?
Go to www.gravatar.com
all of the info on this is posted on their site, as well as easy directions to set up your own.
So go ahead, my dear readers. Start commenting and let’s see your Gravatar!