This afternoon, I saw a blog post which was yet to be approved.
I searched for its title on Google. The first link in Google was the original blog and second was CodeProject's link pointing to the CP version of blog (which ofcourse says that it not published yet.)
If I log out of CP, I can not access the blog on CP anymore. But, why should Google list a unpublished blog. Shouldn't unpublished articles/blogs be blocked for search robots???
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I can kind of recreate this. In all of the past blogs that came up for approval, I could Google their content or title and come up with a CP hit as well as the original blog. The Google hit doesn't go directly to the article in my experiences though, rather it gives you a link to www.codeproject.com/script/Articles/BlogArticleList.aspx[^] and the preview text does show content from the blog needing approval. However, when I go there, I don't see the blog post listed (though I'm not about to go paging through all of them to find out). I can verify that these blogs being approved are new posts and not a pending update.
I was trying to access codeproject from firefox in android. Everything was right except when i was trying to browse menus I discovered something that was there already. I can't do mouse over action on android. the moment I touch it receive a click. Can you remove href from top menus? so that we can browse through menus
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I have tried with 4 different browsers to "login" to site using iPad. The "signout" link will "click" when you touch it (only in Safari since I have not logged in with other browsers yet) so you can logout but "signin" will not work. I am signed in using Safari, not sure how I did that?? but wanted to try other browsers and no luck. (Opera, Mercury, Chrome -- all on IOS iPad). Just fyi, adding to the discussion. This is the only thread I could find addressing issue.
Well, it now works with Puffin browser on ipad but login on Mercury browser CP tells me cookies are off in browser which I think is incorrect but I will work on that. Works with Opera, Chrome wants cookies set also...hmmmm,,cookies set ok there. Not sure what all is happening.
I get a black screen indicating an error when I try to download the first example zip file from the article "Design Patterns 2 of 3 - Structural Design Patterns" by Robert Kanasz. The name of the zip file is StructuralPatterns_StructuralCodeExamples-noexe.zip- 22.7 KB. Thanks
When someone sends an email through CP, I have to respond from the connected email account, and my email address is no longer a secret (on CP). I suggest that CP allow us to respond through CP so that our own email addresses aren't exposed.
I got an email from a "skip trace" company claiming that someone from my past is looking for me, and part of their email stated that they "couldn't find another email address" for me. I certainly don't want to give them one by responding to that email.
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It's done like this on purpose. If communication is going to be offline and not subject to moderation, then those sending the emails should be identifiable in order to minimise stalking, abuse, and provide at least a semblance of accountability.
That can be gotten around with a sock puppet account. Seems to me this just reduces legitimate use of the feature by people (like me) who wish to keep their email confidential. If somebody sends me a private message and I don't like it for some reason, perhaps just give me the ability to block further messages from that user?