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Looks like someone is posting an advertisement in each article.
Thanks. I was working on mass deleted them as you spoke. I was a bit slow with that because it's taking me awhile to learn my way around this administrative interface. It's got so many bells and whistles, there's sometimes a learning curve to find how to do the one simple thing you want to do.
Is there any way to show a tab at the top to indicate that one is logged in after one has commented or moved around on the site? A logout button at the top would also be helpful. Thanks.
In the very upper right hand corner, above the advertisement, you should see your name appear and a "Sign Out" link whenever you're logged in. If you're signed out, the link will read "Sign In." If you're not seeing that up there, let us know.
Looks like the advertisers are back in each article.
We'll discuss the issue on Monday to see if there's something preventative which we're not doing that we can be doing. I suspect I'm not up to speed on all the tools in the toolbox yet. Until then, I'll just mass remove them when I see them.
We are still dealing with the issue of spam. We apologize for the onslaught of these annoying posts. We encourage everyone to ignore them and to not click on the links if there are any. Thank you for your patience.
Not sure where these advertisement URLs are coming from, but they are annoying. Maybe URLs with content of 'www.**shopping.com should be filtered like offensive language. Thanks.
Looks like the 'Comments' under profile doesn't bring up all of the user's comment history. Also, as one moves around on the site while signed in, the 'Sign out' changes to 'Sign In' at the top of the page, indicating that the user needs to sign in again.
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