Inline comments, warmed over



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Posted by: stak
Posted on: 2006-12-25 17:02:48

Another blog modification, this one stolen from Steve Yegge's gripes about how blogging software sucks in general. For longer posts, I can now add spots for inline commenting. So for example, at the end of this paragraph, there is a point where you can add comments. The inline comments work more or less the same way as the regular comments (yay! for code reuse). The main difference is that when viewing the entry, you can show/hide the inline comments (note this only applies on the entry page where you can actually see the comments, not on the main blog page or in the RSS/Atom feeds). Also, as much as I hated to do it, the show/hide functionality required using Javascript. Ugh, I know. However, if you don't have Javascript, the page should degrade well and you'll still be able to see the inline comments; you just won't be able to hide them.

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Posted by Lin at 2006-12-28 13:01:56
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Posted by Lin at 2006-12-28 13:02:14
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Posted by Lin at 2006-12-28 13:02:44
It works!!! Brilliant!
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And now, on to the main topic: disappearing islands (yoinked from Slashdot). It's like The Day After Tomorrow, except not. Well, they're both caused by global warming. For the people in Waterloo/Toronto, you may have noticed the lack of snow on the ground outside. Guess what? That snow is occupied elsewhere, causing world sea levels to rise, and kicking people off their beloved islands. Why? Watch An Inconvenient Truth. Although it's probably too late now to do much except start building bunkers. And dikes. Lots of dikes.

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