I was kind of annoyed that normal Blogger software didn’t include the ability to do trackbacks, as that is a feature that many of my friends often use. So, I finally bit the bullet and signed up with HaloScan. I was going to use them for both comments and trackbacks, when I noticed that they had lots of limitations on their comments for their free accounts. I also noticed that all of my old comments would’ve been lost in the process. So, after a little thinking, I decided to stick with Blogger comments and add just the code for the HaloScan trackbacks. While I was doing this, I noticed that the font and display for the comments and trackbacks was different, but I was able to figure out how to fix that pretty quickly. Anyhow, comments still require a blogger login (mostly to filter out spammers), and trackbacks are active now. If I end up having lots of trackback spam, I may cancel this in the future, but for now I’m going to give it a try.
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