Well from a quick look at the source, they are actually using a custom Wordpress theme called "Vivaldicom-theme".
The CSS is here:
Maybe if they were nice they'd share it
@associacaogaia said in My Blog Edit was Marked as Spam:
I'm very disappointed with Vivaldi. They offered a blog after I installed the browser. But I was blocked as spam, without doing anything or published anything. I was just customizing the blog. That's not fair. Why are they causing this disorder?]
Fraid I have to second that.
Just tried to simply write some lines and you get hit in the face with a message that you're trying to publish spam. Not very motivating.
No links, no pictures, no special bling bling, only text. What triggers that spam-filter?!
Thanks in advance for your help.
@gaelle @gaelle I wanted to embed some WordPress plugin like contact-form-7, or you can make a default contact screen / widget that sends email to our e-mails(once its integrated with our blog's account).
The blogs have been cleaned up from the latest spam attack. No doubt there will be more, but the Vivaldi Team are aware of it.
If you come across any, please send a message to one of the community managers as we moderators cannot do much about it.
I wouldn't have thought that was too big. Is there now a small limit here ?
I am sure my old Opera blog was bigger than that when I imported it.
Use a drive/folder space viewer such as WinDirStat to scan the folder you downloaded your exported blog.
This will show you what is using the most space.
It is likely to be your images, so try optimising them for the web with a tool like RIOT (Radical Image Optimization Tool) and see how big the whole folder is after.
You may be able to keep all your blogs.
I tried to include links but the Akismet spam detection thinks I am a spammer.
The registration process can be simplified even further, by offering a faster alternative – external accounts. By providing users with the option of registering through social media accounts, like Google, Facebook, Twitter or Pinterest, registration can be turned into a two-click process. Tread lightly, though. There is a reason this is called an ‘alternative’. Some people actually would prefer not to link their social media accounts with different mobile services. The most common reason is that they fear the app would post on these social media accounts without their permission. Make sure to communicate posting capabilities clearly, and ask for permission before posting anything.
Good point, I could have backed it up before the URL was fixed.
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Must remember to do what I tell people to do..
Yes I will be saving a backup ASAP.
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@cafosse Yes, it is an IP address. If you suspect that the user is a spammer, look up the IP address with Google to see if it is known by sites that keep track of spammers. If it is, you can take the appropriate action instead of just deleting it.
@i_ri @Gwen-Dragon Thank you. I've contacted our wonderful support, and got information that there is currently a bug: It skips a portion of recent posts showing the ones published today and ~3 days ago, but skipping the ones made ~2 ago.
Since mines was published 2 ago, it was not visible.