If they can put a man on the moon, and turn a bunch of slashes, underscores, and asterisks into HTML, surely someone could turn HTML into readable plain text, couldn’t they?
Archive for the 'mt hacks' Category
I want to be able to allow HTML in comments, but also autolink naked URLs. I know, I’ll use a regex! Oh…
Bug. Patch. Can’t use patches? That’s a shame. Incomprehensible as it can be, there are a lot of things Unix got right, and diff and patch are two huge ones. If I need to tell you how to change two lines in a file to fix something, I can either save a copy before I […]
Could someone who actually understands Perl and Movable Type tell me if this makes sense? Back in the early days of Trackback crapflooding, when the flood was all supposedly coming from one source URL, I got to wondering what it would take to only accept one ping from one URL to one Trackback URL. It’s […]
If you run multiple blogs in more than one timezone with one installation of MT 2.66x, you (or, worse yet, your visitors) may have noticed that commenting on a blog that’s farther east will prevent you from commenting on a blog farther west from that same IP address until the local time catches up. Comment […]
A wee change to the MT 2.661 throttle, taking it from a simple throttle for simple spammers, to a harsher throttle that’s been burned by proxies before, and doesn’t want to be burned again.
Putting an end to zipcode comment spam.
Not for the faint of heart: hack MT to offer more flexibility than just “rebuild this template” or “don’t rebuild this template”.
How to make IE6 show comments in the MT 2.6 popup template, possibly at the expense of IE5.5.
The threaded comments I’ve always wanted, handed to me on a platter.