How to comment?
There are two ways to add comments, the lazy one and the hard one. The end result will be the same – after I approve your comment, it’ll appear under the blog post.
Comment the lazy way
Write the comment, and send it to me using email, Face book, Keybase, KGS, or any other thing I read.
…and… tell me to publish it? If you don’t do that, I won’t just randomly quote you in a blog post!
Comment the hard way
- Click the “Add your comment” link under a blog post (or try it on this very page!).
- Follow the steps to edit files in another user’s repository.
If there is a
commentssection in the post’s front matter, add a comment at the bottom of it, otherwise create one. Here’s a sample with two comments:
comments: - author: tasuki author_url: https://tasuki.org/ date: 2020-02-02 content: | This is *a comment*. An empty line creates a paragraph, like this... We've got [Markdown](https://guides.github.com/features/mastering-markdown/) formatting, specifically the [kramdown](https://kramdown.gettalong.org/) flavour. You <em>can</em> also just use basic html if you like. Make sure to start the content part with `content: |` for yaml not to mangle things up. - author: tasuki author_url: https://tasuki.org/ date: 2020-11-11 content: | This is a comment from a special day. Yay!
2 thoughts on “How to comment?”
This is a comment. An empty line creates a paragraph, like this…
We’ve got Markdown formatting, specifically the kramdown flavour. You can also just use basic html if you like.
Make sure to start the content part with
content: |for yaml not to mangle things up.
This is a comment from a special day. Yay!
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