Not a complaint, but rather a suggestion. I get the reticence on
Wordpress’ part to allow hosted users to post ads. On my site, we paid for the No Ads option, because we specifically <i>don’t</i> want ads.
Here’s the thing. The Web is literally crawling with tons of content
form. Things like calendar widgets, counters, petitions etc. Could there
be a way that Bloggers could benefit from that content, if it could be
demonstrated that a) the code is harmless, and b) that the code does not
contain any 3rd party advertising?
The blog I need help with is deafinprison.wordpress.com.
No it wouldn’t be cool. It would be a HUGE security because this is a multiuser blogging platform ie. our blogs are not free standing they are all on the same multiuser blogging platform.
This is just a basic part of the underlying technology of the web browser, and it’s required for sites like gmail, Yahoo!, and others to operate.
There are ways a site can avoid this problem (generally by constantly changing the login cookie data with EVERY response, and invalidating the old ones immediately), but they require more horsepower on the backend than the blogging sites are really able to provide, and there’s still usually a small window of opportunity.
Thanks for responding. I realize that there are always ways that unscrupulous types can mess up a good thing. My whole deal is about getting active content onto my page. It would be nice if we could figure out a way to defeat that cookie thing, somehow.