DJ-Leith wrote:Tom T. wrote:DJ-Leith wrote:...I recommend that you read them in order but I can't post the URLs....
I'm curious: Why not? You're an established member here, and the site is hardly spam; it's good tech info.
Did you get blocked when you tried to post them?
Yes, the anti spam blocked the post. Nearly all my posts have links (and I've struggled with the anti spam before).
However, on reviewing my posts it is usually the URLs that are NOT forums.informaction .com or mozilla that trigger the anti spam. I'm very happy that you (the Moderators) try and 'keep the spam links down'.
I'm also happy to use the 'Code brackets'.
However, in this case - even the 'Code brackets' failed: I had to break the links.
That makes no sense ... The purpose of Code tags is to allow even malicious code to be posted (for analysis and warning), with the guarantee that it will not be parsed. They are not live, clickable links. I suppose a spammer could just put the spam site or keywords in code tags -- IDK whether search-bots read inside code tags -- but we hard-working Mods would delete them anyway.
Now I'm curious. I have a "registered user" account for just such purposes - to test these things. Give me a few minutes to try to post your links from that account. Will use a different IP, too. BRB.