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Feb 17, 2013, 18:10 #1
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Now here's a peculiar website behavior....
It's not my site, it's the blog of Scott Adams, famous cartoonist (Dilbert).
In this blog he offers contemplations and rants about the present and the future. There is a comments area which is particularly intelligent compared with most other comment areas. But it behaves in a very suspicious manner.
When I go to the page, the comments section, my comments do not show, but everyone else's do. If I log in, mine do show. It's almost as though they want to exclude me, but the want to hide the fact of exclusion from me so they made my comments magically appear to me when I log in.
Or what? Anyone want to explain how a web developer could do this, and why he would want to?
Thank you for the kindness of reading this
Boy named Pseu