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Note from Beliefnet About Commenting

Dear Windows and Doors Readers,
Last week at Beliefnet we implemented a small change to our blog commenting system – you now have to confirm that you are a real person, and not a spammer, by typing in a few characters of text upon submitting your comments. This change was necessary in order to curtail the amount of spam that many of our blogs have been receiving in the comments area. We know that some of you have experienced problems with the new system. We are quickly making changes to address the issues you have reported–including extending the period before it times out, better messaging about how to post, and instructions for how to retrieve your post if it appears lost.
We hope those changes help. Let us know if there are other changes you recommend. Thank you for your patience.

  • SJ

    You might want to consider how this change will affect those of the community who are visually disabled.
    Is there a way for them to participate in comments without having to read the letters and numbers in the text box?

  • Harvey D Silverman

    Thank You

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