WP-Cache is a WordPress plugin that caches pages on the server to improve site performance and lower the use of server resources. It will work with JSSpamBlock, but you must make a few changes first:
</form>and insert the following above that line:
<!--mclude wp-content/plugins/jsspamblock.php--><!--/mclude--><!--mfunc jsspamblock_doform() --><?php jsspamblock_doform(); ?><!--/mfunc-->
JSSpamBlock can be set up to log comments. In the plugin file, change the line
define('JSSPAMBLOCK_LOGFILE', ''); to
define('JSSPAMBLOCK_LOGFILE', 'yourlogfilename.txt');, where yourlogfilename.txt is the name of your log file. The path is relative to the base of your wordpress installation (where the index.php file is), so it is best to put the log in another directory. The log file must be editable by PHP, or else logging will not work and you may get an error.
By default, spam posts are removed from the database. Alternatively, JSSpamBlock provides an option to keep the spam in the database and simply mark it as spam so that WordPress will ignore it. Comments marked as spam will not show up in the admin panel, so this option is only useful if you have direct access to the database or you have a plugin that looks at comments marked as spam.
To enable this, change the line
define('JSSPAMBLOCK_DELETECOMMENTS', true); to
define('JSSPAMBLOCK_DELETECOMMENTS', false); in the plugin file.
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