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1- Problem: Whenever i write a comment without being logged in the page just reloads itself without posting the comment (i have anonymous mode/comment installed). Please check this for yourself in here: (Disclaimer: offensive language)

2- Question: How can i make the anonymous reply to other comments? (the reply button isn't there for anonymous)

3-Question: Why does "Login to comment or register here" appear when i can(supposedly) comment with anonymous?

Thank you in advance

P.S.: I apologize to who saw already but my website contains offensive language. Forgot to put this disclaimer since it's new so i ask for a bit of understanding and imparcialness in this matter

Possible Answers

    #1 Possible cookie conflict if you are using the same browser to jump from logged in and anonymous. Try clearing the cookie for your domain.

    #2 I don't believe that's currently possible with the way it was designed.

    #3 This could also be caused by your cookies. It knows that computer has an account since it's logged into an account previously so it's promoting you to login. See if it's still there immediately after you clear your cookie.

    | Posted 626 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    #3 it's how the bootstrap template was coded, it shows the "Login to comment or register here" even if you enable the anonymous commenting. So I assumed that's also the code for his custom template.

    It can be removed by editing the story_center.tpl

    | Posted 626 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    Try to contact directly the template author ;)

    With regards to #3, it just needs template edits.

    | Posted 626 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    How you manage to resolve this, I have exactly same problem as no 1 and spent whole day today to resolve it but nothing. Is there any easy fix?

    Also, what you mean by anonymous story is still buggy?

    Thanks a lot.

    | Posted 473 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    I've solved the problem.

    1- It was a captcha problem rather than cookie. The math question or whitehat dont work well with anonymous mode.

    2- I tried coding this but yeah it's too hard so i just quit (winner mentality huh?).

    for 3- I changed "Log in to post comments" for "Log in to reply to comments" so i killed 2 birds with one stone. I could've also done what oxythemes said.

    Thank you all for your time.

    P.S.: I see that pligg is not that compatible with anonymous mode. I only let anonymous comment on because anonymous story is still too buggy.

    | Posted 625 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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