BBQ: Block Bad Queries
[resolved] AntiSpamn cache plugins and BBQ (6 posts)

  1. Li-An
    Posted 10 months ago #

    I've got a problem difficult to analyse: some of my members complain for a long time they cannot post any comment on my blog. But others do comment without any problem ! I changed the antispam plugins several times but the problem still remains.
    Last test I did was to desactivate BBQ and one of the blocked commenters says it solves his problem. But it's difficult to see where the problem is exactly - as other people did not have any problem to comment.
    I suspect a combination of cache plugin (Quick Cache Pro) + maybe Ajax Comments + BBQ. But it's hard to make tests :-)


  2. Jeff Starr
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    As far as I know BBQ does not block any comments. You can verify this by examining the requests made for comments, and then analyzing the blocked strings in the BBQ plugin.

  3. Li-An
    Posted 8 months ago #

    It seems it's not related to BBQ as there are still some problems with some commenters with BBQ desactivated. Deleting the cache solves the problem so it's very hard for me to find the problem...

  4. Jeff Starr
    Plugin Author

    Posted 8 months ago #

    Great, glad to hear that it's not related to BBQ. Good luck and thanks for the follow-up.

  5. ramonjosegn
    Posted 4 months ago #

    Hello Li-An, I am using SPAMLORD for stop spammers and works very fine, I think you should be test it

  6. Li-An
    Posted 4 months ago #

    @ramonjosegn: It's not a spam plugin related problem but thanks for the advice - Ajaxed Comments was the guilty plugin .


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