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Comment Method Changed

Carl Sassenrath, CTO
REBOL Technologies
24-Aug-2006 3:35 GMT

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A reader asked that comments only appear on these articles when they (comments) are requested.

At first, it seemed unimportant, then I realized the comments were probably the reason why the articles were losing ranking status on search engines. To a search engine, the comments create a level of "noise" because they add extraneous words (even off topic) that dilute the words of the main article.

If you liked the way it worked before, note that you can still pull up the commented article by clicking on the Cmts link next to each article title in the table of contents. Also, the uncommented article contains a direct link to the comments. The comment links now use CGI requests, so your browser will not cache the page (causing you to see an older page rather than the current one).


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