Two Ways to Post Comments

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March 4, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

I don’t know how many of you know how to maneuver around a blog, so let me help a bit. Here are some directions for the two ways to post comments on my blog.

  1. The traditional way. Each entry that I make will have an option below it that you can click on to post a comment that is related to that particular article. It is labeled “Comments.” When you click on this option a pop-up window will appear. You may write your reply in the box that comes up. It will also give you 3 options to identify yourself. You may (1) use your Blogger sign in name (if you have one and want to identify yourself this way), (2) Click the “Other” box and type in an optional name and/or website or (3) remain anonymous by clicking the “anonymous” box. Use the “traditional way” to post comments about articles that I have written.
  2. The “Tagboard” way. This is a way for you to post comments about whatever you want. They can be directed to me, or to other people who post comments here. This is the feature to the right of the main columns. It reads, rather obviously, “Post Comments here.” Simply type your name if you want, your website (URL) and then write your comment. These comments will appear for all to see.

I hope that these instructions help! If they don’t, email me.


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