Spam sucks

Yesterday I started a small battle on my blog fighting the daily comment spam that already raised to 200 comments a day. A small Javascript should do the job if akismet dies. But what way to go? I do not want to bug users as most things are additional work for the user.

The W3C way

I have checked my blog for common w3c errors caused by postings and plugins and corrected them as the w3c standard is a standard to be followed. But why? Websites that do not follow those standards are relying on error-correction by a browser which can cause some random design errors. As I want my website to look good […]