See ham with akismet
This topic was closed a while ago, but I think the resolution was incorrect.
When I add a link in my blog to a “Static Page”, using the link tool and select the “link to existing comment” radio button, it generates a Ham referral.
I think the behaviour is correct, but this may explain the confusion with the Ham statistics.
The blog I need help with is sideline.thesouthpole.co.za.
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