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Comment Policy

Before you post a comment at Perishable Press, please take a moment to review the official comment policy. Here is a quick overview: Comments on posts are open to everyone for 90 days*. Name and email required. Email kept private, never shared. The form accepts basic HTML. Line and paragraph breaks automatic. Please wrap any code with tags. I reserve the right to edit/delete any comment. Please stay on topic and comment intelligently. Continue reading »

Disobedient Robots and Company

In our never-ending battle against spammers, leeches, scrapers, and other online undesirables, we have implemented several powerful security measures to improve the operational integrity of our perpetual virtual existence. Here is a rundown of the new behind-the-scenes security features of Perishable Press. Continue reading »

Contact Perishable via Comment

If you have question, comment, or concern, and prefer to leave a comment rather than send an email, please drop a comment via the form below. I keep a close eye on all comments left on this post, and will do my best to respond in as soon as possible. Please note that all comments left at this post are open to the public and available for anyone to see. If you would like to contact me privately, you may […] Continue reading »

Gravatars at Perishable Press

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Step right up and leave a comment! Complete Gravatar functionality in full effect. Leave a comment on any post to sport your very own Gravatar. Of course, you must have a Gravatar account to use this feature. So if you leave a comment and don’t have a Gravatar, you’re gonna get the default and kinda boring comment avatar. Check out this post to see some tuff Gravatar action in effect. Hint: Gravatars are the small images that appear next to […] Continue reading »

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Perishable Press is operated by Jeff Starr, a professional web developer and book author with two decades of experience. Here you will find posts about web development, WordPress, security, and more »
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