[wp-edu] Spam protection and Themes
TurnerJD at cofc.edu
Thu Feb 5 20:27:30 GMT 2009
Look down at the bottom: We got ours for free. We're an edu
We can provide an API key completely free of charge for selected non-profits
in exchange for some promotion, specifically links to WordPress.com and
Akismet.com on each of the protected blogs. What's required?
* A link to akismet.com on every page.
* A link to wordpress.com on every page.
* Contact us with your key and website after you've added the links, so
we can check the links and mark your key so it doesn't trigger our
Here is the code for the links:
<a href="http://akismet.com/">Protected by Akismet</a><br />
<a href="http://wordpress.com/">Blog with WordPress</a>
College of Charleston
Charleston, SC 29424
e: turnerjd at cofc.edu
> From: Mark Styles <wp-edu at lambic.co.uk>
> Reply-To: <wp-edu at lists.automattic.com>
> Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 15:26:07 -0500
> To: <wp-edu at lists.automattic.com>
> Subject: Re: [wp-edu] Spam protection and Themes
> On Thu, Feb 05, 2009 at 03:23:27PM -0500, John Turner wrote:
>> Askitmet for non-profs are free. There is also antispam.typepad.com/
> Akismet is not free for non-profs:
>>> From: Mark Styles <wp-edu at lambic.co.uk>
>>> Reply-To: <wp-edu at lists.automattic.com>
>>> Date: Thu, 5 Feb 2009 15:21:48 -0500
>>> To: <wp-edu at lists.automattic.com>
>>> Subject: [wp-edu] Spam protection and Themes
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm just wondering what other institutions are using for their blog
>>> comment spam protection; Are you paying for Akismet? Paying for
>>> something else? Or using one or more of the free plugins?
>>> Also, there's a debate raging here over whether all blogs should use the
>>> same basic theme or all the blogs can look different (I'm in the looking
>>> different camp, blogs should have individual personality IMO). Any
>>> similar debates happened elsewhere? What was the outcome?
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