Blog Format Change – Comments

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Hi – if you're a regular reader (or especially a frequent commenter), you may notice a change to how comments are entered.If you click on “comments” to add a comment, this is now done on the main blog page, instead of being in a pop up window.

I'm not sure if I like this approach yet… to read existing comments, you have to scroll up on the page.

What do you think? Should I leave it this way or change it back? I know, I know, I should switch to WordPress…. someone is bound to leave that comment… that's not something I can tackle right now.

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4 Comments
  1. Peter P Patterson, MD MBA says

    Hi Mark,
    This comment format seems easy and looks ok.
    /Dr. Pete

  2. Ron Pereira says

    I like this way better, Mark. The pop-up window is sort of annoying.

  3. Anonymous says

    I am a fan of the pop up myself.

  4. Mark Graban says

    OK, thanks for the input. I’m not taking a formal poll, but it’s 2:1 in favor of the new format. Is it a deal breaker for anyone to not have the old pop up format?

    The in-line comments approach is in keeping with other blogs I read, including Evolving Excellence.

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