Comment Policy

This really has not been a problem in the past, but one feels compelled to spell this out due to the actions of a few commenters in the past month or so. On this site, one reserves the right to delete or modify any comment deemed unacceptable. Modifications may include, but are not limited to:

  • Changing name
  • Removal of offensive language
  • Removal of information that may compromise the security of the commenter’s web server
  • Removal of excessive links

When selecting a name, please use either your real name (e.g. John, John Doe, John D., or J. Doe) or an appropriate pseudonym (e.g. miller). Do not use overly generic names, or names that look to be SEO baiting in nature (e.g. friend, buddy, Plugin Developer, WordPress Experts, etc.). Do not impersonate the admin, or any registered users (e.g. admin, mtekk, John Havlik). Failure to adhere to these guidelines will result in your name being changed (if one values the content of your comment) or your comment being deleted.

Although this site’s primary audience is over 18, please keep your comments suitable for work. One does not need this site to be blacklisted by the likes of Websense. Remember, anyone can read these comments, including current or future employers.

When posting errors presented by PHP, please reduce strings like “/var/www/sitename/htdocs/wp-contents/plugins/breadcrumb-navxt/breadcrumb_navxt_class.php” to “…/wp-contents/plugins/breadcrumb-navxt/breadcrumb_navxt_class.php”.

Unless the link pertains to the content of your comment, please leave it out.

-John Havlik

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