[wp-docs] Remove Deny Access Section
carthik at gmail.com
Thu Mar 24 05:24:51 GMT 2005
It is informative, in my personal opinion, and is one method useful
for combatting comment spam. Using htaccess to deny access is
something that is well written about, but how exactly a user would
think of using that to solve the spam problem without a cue from the
combatting comment spam page is unclear to me?
Is it that great an eye-sore?
The information is not outdated, redundant, or misleading. Maybe we
can add a line that says that it is effective in stopping floods, and
may not be effective over a long period of time and leave it at that?
On Wed, 23 Mar 2005 16:12:34 -0800, James Huff <james at macmerc.com> wrote:
> Hm, as a compromise, would someone blessed with more Codex power than
> I, consider moving the "Deny Access" content to a new page? Perhaps a
> sub-page? Honestly, I don't mind, as long as it isn't on Combatting
> Comment Spam. It just takes up too much space, it's too confusing for
> new users, and it's not entirely WP-related (information can be found
> via a quick Google search).
> On Mar 23, 2005, at 3:48 PM, Podz wrote:
> > James Huff wrote:
> >> The Deny Access section of the Combatting Comment Spam document deals
> >> largely with blocking IP addresses.
> > Arguably, we do not get questions because that info is there.
> > My pov ? Not bothered, but could you save me a copy so I can do the
> > copy/paste into the forums ? ;)
> > P.
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