Simple HTML for Formatting Blogger Comments

Wed 30 Aug 2006

Sherdie, fellow Brisvegas blogger, has asked for some tips on adding styles to Blogger comments. Many bloggers have tools for adding formatting to their posts, but not their comments.  I thought I’d post my answer here so that other bloggers can benefit as well.

We’ll cover just simple stuff, bold, italics and hyperlinks.

[Note to advanced web developers and XHTML coders: Nothing to see here folks. Move along.  Corners (and some W3C XHTML validation rules) will be cut.]

When can we use formatting?

Good news: Usually  Bad news: Not always.

Blogger Comment FormSome blogging software and some blog owners can turn off HTML formatting. Sometimes you just won’t know until you try it. A good indication that you can use HTML formatting is if the comment form says something like…

You can use some HTML tags, such as <b>, <i>, <a>

What is a Tag?

Very simply, a tag is something enclosed in angle brackets <>.  For example, <b> is the tag for “Turn Bold On”.

When your readers’ browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, whatever) encounter tags that they recognize, they will replace these tags with formatting.

Don’t forget the End Tag.

Note that each of the tags we are using here, work in pairs. That is, there is a Begin Tag and a corresponding End Tag which starts with a slash /. For every <b> (bold on), there must be a corresponding </b> (bold off).  This is important.

Bold

Surround the text you want to appear in bold with <b> and </b> tags.  Example, type this into the comment box:
  Sometimes I just want to <b>shout</b>!

Readers will see this:
  Sometimes I just want to shout!

Italics

Enclose the text you want to appear in italics with <i> and </i> tags.  Example, type this into the comment box:
  I thought, <i>Hang on a minute, Defrag!</i>

Readers will see this:
  I thought, Hang on a minute, Defrag!

Hyperlinks

Including a Hyperlink in a comment is very similar to Bold and Italic. Hyperlinks use the <a> (for “Active”) tag.

Step one is to enclose the text you want to appear as a hyperlink with <a> and </a> tags.  Example, type this into the comment box:
  You should read <a>MikeFitz's post</a>

If you leave it at that, readers will see this. Note that the hyperlink doesn’t work yet:
  You should read MikeFitz’s post

Step two is to include the address that you want to link to in the opening <a> tag.  This is done by including href="" in the tag. Then place the address between the two "" characters.  (The address is the thing that starts with http://. You probably already know that you can copy the address from the address bar at the top of your browser.)

For example, here we have added the href="":
  You should read <a href="">MikeFitz's post</a>

Finally, here it is with the address placed between the two "" characters:

  You should read <a href="http://mike.brisgeek.com/2006/08/30/simple-html-for-formatting-blogger-comments/">MikeFitz's post</a>

And here’s what readers will see:
  You should read MikeFitz’s post

Bold and Italics (Walking and Chewing Gum)

Bold and Italics can be combined provided they are nested correctly.  Example:
  I shouted: <b><i>Look Out!</i></b>

Readers will see:
  I shouted: Look Out!

This is an example of incorrect nesting.  The </i> should come before the </b>  Don’t do this:
  I shouted: <b><i>Look Out!</b></i>

Bold, Italics and Hyperlinks (Walking, Chewing Gum and Talking to your Mother on your Mobile)

Here’s a more complex example where correct nesting is important:

  One of my favourite books is
<a href="http://www.awprofessional.com/bookstore/product.asp?isbn=0201633612&rl=1"
title="Addison-Wesley website">
<i><b>Design Patterns</b>
: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software</i>
 by Gamma, Helm, Johnson and Vlissides</a>.

Readers will see:
  One of my favourite books is Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software by Gamma, Helm, Johnson and Vlissides.

and Finally

Hopefully my fellow bloggers will find this information useful when commenting.

If you found it useful, please let me know or leave a comment. If you find an error, let me know about that too.

Happy Blog Commenting — Mike

138 Responses to “Simple HTML for Formatting Blogger Comments”

  1. sherdie Says:

    Well, MikeFitz, I feel more learned now. In fact, I applaud you.

    *hopes she didn’t bugger it up*

  2. MikeFitz Says:

    Well done, Sherdie.

    Are you sure you haven’t played this game before?

  3. sherdie Says:

    You should have seen how long it took me to do that. I’ve always been of the trial-and-error school of html (aka the google and wikipedia school) so it’s nice to have it all set out. Also, didn’t know that nesting was important. So all silliness aside, thank you!

  4. Dion Says:

    Excellent overview, Mike, without getting bogged-down in unnecessary detail.

  5. Miff Says:

    Oooh, this will make me feel so much more celverererer when I make comments now! I won’t show off like Sherdie (although if she hadn’t done it I would have). Thanks for the tips!

  6. MikeFitz Says:

    Dion: Thanks, hopefully I found the sweet spot between too much and not enough.

    Miff: Happy to help!

  7. John Lynch Says:

    Thanks a lot for posting this- found it through Google. Very helpful.

  8. MikeFitz Says:

    Thanks, John. You’re welcome.

  9. Belongum Says:

    Ah - thanks to Google eh…

    Just what I needed to know thanks Mike… Cheers ;-)
    Belongum

  10. MikeFitz Says:

    You’re welcome, Belongum. Thanks for dropping by and commenting. This post seems to get quite a few visitors via Google.

  11. Kimsta Says:

    Hello,
    I have a question: do you have the code/instruction for adding this “leave a reply” section for each post in Blogger?

  12. MikeFitz Says:

    G’day Kimsta. This is a self-hosted WordPress blog backed by a mySQL database. I’m pretty sure the code you are after is part of the WordPress software which is available free.

    However, I don’t think out-of-the-box Blogger allows you to enter comments on the same page as the post. Instead it takes readers off to a separate https:// page.

    Even if we could modify a Blogger template to include this “Leave a Reply” form, I doubt Blogger would give our code permission to write to the database where comments are stored. Interesting idea though.

    Cheers — Mike

  13. Kimsta Says:

    Thanks for the reply, Mike. How is Beautiful Queensland today? I’m from Melbourne :-)

  14. MikeFitz Says:

    28°C, gentle breeze, dappled sky, you wouldn’t like it. Victorians should stay where they are and be happy with their lot. :P

  15. Susan Abbott Says:

    Thanks for the tips. I was trying to edit some comments in my own blog, and then realized I had turned off all the formatting. Now happy again, thanks for the tips.

  16. Chris Rolitsky Says:

    Just testing the italics command. Thanks.

  17. MikeFitz Says:

    You’re welcome, Susan.

    Chris, congratulations! You italics skills are now second to none!

  18. Cecelia Says:

    I did it! Maybe now my blog will get noticed a bit more. Thank you.

  19. Timmy Says:

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  20. Susie Says:

    Absolutely great - thank you! Easier than I ever would have thought. Mind if I practice?

  21. Jonathan Says:

    Thank you. Good stuff and helpful for a rookie like myself.

  22. Aleathea Says:

    Great information - just what I was looking for! Thank you!!

  23. Mrs. Who Says:

    I have been trying to figure out how to put links to blog posts I wanted to reference in comments for AGES. This is a life saver. Thanks!!

  24. Unfrench Says:

    I am looking for a way to add such tags as a in comments. Any idea how I can do it?

  25. Mark Says:

    “You can use some HTML tags, such as <b>, <i>, <a>”

    The words, “such as” lead me to believe other tags I can use i the when commenting back. Are there other tabgs I can use? What are they?

    Thanks.

  26. veso Says:

    i want to try this because I couldn`t make it work!

  27. Mp3 Affirmations Says:

    Mike

    Thank you for your very usable information!

    I’ve always wondered how the tech experts were doing that!

    I will use it for my Positive Affirmations based website! (Hope that works!?)

    Thank you again,

    Johnny London

  28. MikeFitz Says:

    Hi Johnny,

    I see you also added the rel=”nofollow”. Are sure you are a newbie at this?

  29. aldiO Says:

    Thank you. Good work!

  30. Eldon Mast Says:

    This is good news!

    Thanks,

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  31. lori Says:

    Thanks a bunch for posting this information. Exactly what i was looking for.

  32. Dani Says:

    Thanks…I was able to hyperlink in my comment!

  33. Christopher Radko Says:

    Thanks, for this article I can now link in Blogs…Finally :)

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  34. andy sewina. Says:

    Thanks Mike, you explain this so well, I often get asked how to hyperlink comments, and it’s difficult to explain. I’ll be sending them to you in future.

  35. Janet Says:

    Thank you. Now I can look as cool as the next sweet talking guy.

    Here is my first attempt…

    Andy Sewina passed this on to me.

  36. reneamac Says:

    I’ve been wanting to insert hyperlinks into blog comments for a long time. Wish I had found you sooner! Thanks.

  37. greekbox Says:

    Nice article.

    May I ask, is there any way to change allowed tags in comments box?
    (In wordpress I know there is, so I ask for blogger).
    Some wordpress blogs allow: object, embed, and img tags in comment box so yoy can embed a youtube video as a comment!
    What about blogger?
    Thanks.

  38. David Says:

    ok what the heck,

    Im folloing exactly what you say but my super awesome comment isent leading to superawesomedating.com when i use it on other sites.

    Either the link is just highlighted but is not clickable OR it creates a hyperlink to (for example) www.domain.com/post-title/comments-page-2/superawesomedating.com which ends up as a page not found error.

    Please help! Feel free to email me.

  39. MikeFitz Says:

    Hi David,

    Your link is missing the “http://”

    Do this: <a href=”http://www.domain.com”>super awesome</a>

    NOT this: <a href=”www.domain.com”>super awesome</a>

    Without the “http://”, your link is interpreted as a page on the current site.

    Cheers — Mike

  40. Retka Zverka Says:

    Hi Mike,

    Thank you for such a great explanation! Your article helped me to place a Hyperlink in the Blogger comment form. :-)

    Cheers buddy!

  41. mitch Says:

    Thanks - I was looking for that.

    And a test to see if I got it right!!

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  42. MikeFitz Says:

    Hi Mitch,

    Unfortunately your hyperlink contained too many double-quotes around the hyperlink address.

    You said:
    we have a <a href=””http://www.opensurgegroup.com/host/host.html”” rel=”nofollow”>hosted solution</a>

    Try this instead:
    we have a <a href=”http://www.opensurgegroup.com/host/host.html” rel=”nofollow”>hosted solution</a>

  43. Rob Says:

    Thanks for the info. Its good to know. I’ll have to share a link on my blog: www.ninehats.com

  44. boardtc Says:

    I wish it would allow the <ul> tag so one could show lists in comments.

  45. triton Says:

    can i insert a picture in the comment?

  46. freann Says:

    hello sir.

    can you tell me how to post an HTML comment (for example, image from photobucket.com) then below the image, you will write your message without being hyperlinked..

    that’s really my problem now.. :(
    can you tell me what to enclose my text ?

    thank you very much.
    God bless.

  47. MikeFitz Says:

    Hi Freann, Something like this?


    A picture with a caption.

    Note that not all blogs will allow images, but if they do, here’s what you need for the image…

    <img src=”http://url_of_your_photobucket_image” />

    Your caption is then just plain text on the next line.

    Cheers — Mike

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  49. ANDAMAN & NICOBAR THE HISTORIC INDIAN CORAL ISLANDS Says:

    Hi, Thanks a lot, dear Mike, for the wonderful tutorial on HTML for formatting Blogger Comments. I’ve just tried in in my blog and it seem to work fine.

    I’m just trying it out, here, too, just in order to check up. Hope, you don’t mind.

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  50. ANDAMAN & NICOBAR THE HISTORIC INDIAN CORAL ISLANDS Says:

    Woooooooow… Look at that…!
    It does work, Mike! Thanks a ton, again, for the excellant tutorial! Wish you and your family a mighty Happy, Peaceful and Prosperous New Year 2010…! Cheers!!! :))

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  51. Charissa - The Gifted Blog Says:

    Thank you! Your post is the first that popped up when I searched “hyperlink in blogger comment”, and I have referenced your instructions multiple times already. Finally, I know how to put my website address in as a link (www.thegiftedblog.com) and not plain text!

    Really appreciate it.

  52. Rich Says:

    Woooooooow… Look at that…!

    I’m testing this out….this was helpful!

  53. mdix Says:

    thanks for the great tutorial Mike

    Came here via google, by the way.

    The tutorial works because you tell people exactly what to type. If I were to try and relay that to some one in a comments box it wouldn’t work because the tags would disappear (as they’re supposed to). Any idea how to get around that? Thanks again.

  54. MikeFitz Says:

    G’day mdix,

    Trick is, you cannot use < or > in a comment box because they will disappear if html is allowed.

    Instead of < use &lt;
    Instead of > use &gt;

    So, a <b> tag looks like this &lt;b&gt;

  55. Jeannine Says:

    Do you have a great trick for sticking a hyperlink in your blogger profile name?

  56. ND Says:

    Mike,

    Could you tell us if it is possible to format the text by justifying it on both the left and the right sides?

    Thanks.

  57. Sara H. Says:

    Have always wondered about this. lol. Thanks for explaining it simply and not making me feel stupid for not figuring it out myself.

  58. Vendetta Says:

    Thanks for the tips ;)
    Just a test with a counter :D

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  60. SimplySomeTine Says:

    Nice one. Short and sweet. HELPFUL!!!

  61. Funny Video Compilation Says:

    Thanks so much! This is very helpful to me.. I was making comments on a post I’ve made but it turned out its not a link.. Super thanks!! :)

  62. ishan Says:

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    I recently saw this tutorial on How to add reply option to blogger comments and thought to share with you

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  64. Vanessa Morgan Says:

    Thanks for the info on adding hyperlinks to comments :-) Have a lucky day.

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  65. michelle madden Says:

    i have a blogger blog and i want to add html so that ANYTIME someone leaves a URL in their comment, blogger AUTOMATICALLY knows there should be a hyperlink there and makes it a hyperlink! (so the commenter does not have to do anything on his/her end). can i do this???
    thank you!!!

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  67. Q Says:

    Mike,

    I’ve been trying to follow another set of instructions I found on Google, to do exactly this, but also leave anchor text. The way i read it is that one pasted the code in to the website box, at the start of the comment, but it has never worked!

    It seems, that I now have the clearest set of instructions I could hope for so, if you don’t mind, I’m going to give it a go now……….

    Okay, blah, blah, blah I’m going to talk about heating oil, because that’s what our company supplies in the UK, and use the keyphrase I was hoping to use which is heating oil Harrogate and then I prey for the html gods to smile on me

    Thanks, Q.

  68. Q Says:

    Mike,

    You are a ‘Google Guru’, an ‘HTML Hero’, a ‘Tag Tyrant’ a….a…..well, you get the idea. Thanks for your clear instructions and allowing me to practice on your blog. I now know where to come for great advice!

    Many thanks,

    Q.

  69. Dan Lamas Says:

    This was good info for a newbie like me. Thanks,

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  70. Clint B Says:

    Thanks, this is really useful!
    I have been using this to post around my new Photography Website

  71. Eric Says:

    What I typted: Wow, this is <b>just what I needed!</b>
    What you see: Wow, this is just what I needed!,/b>

  72. curt Says:

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  73. Karyn Says:

    This is GREAT!
    Thank you so much for sharing. (testing)

  74. Dil Says:

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  75. Dennis Taylor Says:

    Great post, such a simple thing to do but executed correctly is a great tool. Just created my first hyperlink in a comment to my blog post

  76. ?om?a Tenhoff Says:

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  77. David Says:

    Hi Mike I would like to know how to insert hyperlinks in a comment linking to a external window (pop up window).

    Tks

  78. MikeFitz Says:

    Hi David, The trick is to include target=”_blank” in the <a> tag. EG…

    <a href=”http://somewhereelse.com” target=”_blank”>

    This will open the new page in a new browser window.

    Note that the World-Wide-Web Consortium no longer recommends this. Older browsers will behave as you expect but newer browsers (and devices) may not. Also, many folks are annoyed by extra windows “popping-up”. Finally, more and more browsers these days include “pop-up blockers” which may stop this from working altogether.

  79. Arby Says:

    Hey, Mike, thank you for this help! I’ve always wanted to learn how to do this. You made it very easy.

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  81. kishorev Says:

    Thanks for this post. This was a big help.

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  86. OnlyMe Says:

    Trying this now …
    well, now, anyway ….

  87. River Says:

    Thanks Mike, I am learning html and sometimes I get it and sometimes it goes out of my head. I will bookmark your site so I can refer whenever I need to.

  88. MikeFitz Says:

    You’re welcome, River!

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  90. Michael Says:

    I find that allowing HTML seems to attract spammers. They use the text above in their search string knowing they can leave a keyword link.
    Comment Luv as well as a spam captcha seems to weed most of them out and keeps the comment section looking cleaner.

    Just my opinion - I could be wrong.

  91. MikeFitz Says:

    You are quite correct, Michael. This post in particular seems to attract a lot of spammers. I moderate all comments and report the spammers to Akismet.

  92. Sy-guy Says:

    Thanks friend , I have a question: how to format text in comments (in WordPress) ?
    Does it go the same way ?
    Thanks
    bs: what about colours ?

  93. MikeFitz Says:

    Yes Sy-guy, the html for Wordpress comments is the same, provided html is allowed by the blog author.

    As for colours:
    Type this…
    This is some <span style=”color:#f00″>red text</span>.
    and your readers see this…
    This is some red text.

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  95. Ray Hanania Says:

    Can’t Blogger create an RSS feed that allows us to show ALL of our comments posted on different blog posting? It would be great if visitors to my blogs could read right on the front page and on every page what others are saying about all stories I post, or even the most recent comments posted … that would drive more people to read the posts and comment more

  96. Monica Says:

    Hi Mike,
    So, I came across your blog by Googling how to leave html in blog commenting, and I have to confess that I am a complete dummy when it comes to understanding HTML as it relates to leaving a comment on a blog. If a blog is nofollow, but they allow html in the comment, does that mean you can leave a link and it will be followed? I’m sorry to ask such a newbie question, but I really am trying to learn how to do commenting the right way, without offending the blog owner. Thank you for your time.

  97. bella Says:

    very nice explaination

  98. trevor Says:

    thanks a lot, will your system work on all comment boxes, apart from blogs.

  99. UnKnOwN Says:

    Hi Mike

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  100. John Z Says:

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  101. floyd Says:

    Thanks for this, Mike.

    I keep coming back here to refer (actually to copy) the html codes for my use/comments. I’m very poor at memorizing codes.

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  102. himanshu Says:

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  104. anonymous34 Says:

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    Mitt Romneywill cost the republicans the election

    ———————
    Comment by MikeFitz:
    I was nearly going to mark this as spam, because that’s what it is.  It doesn’t relate at all to the technical topic being discussed above.

    However, I’ll leave it here because this gives me an opportunity to correct it…

    It’s not Mitt Romney, nor is it Ron Paul (the link above goes to ronpaul2010.com) who will cost the republicans the election.  Rather, it is the Republicans’ general lack of empathy for their fellow man and our environment which will cost them the election.

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  108. Chihuahua0 Says:

    About time I bookmarked this post, since I keep referring back to it again and again and again…

    This will be useful, especially for remembering how to link stuff!

  109. Ncell Says:

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  111. Wendy Ramsey Says:

    Hi Mike: Hope I’m doing this correctly - not used to Blogs. Trying to catch up on your comments and observations about the upcoming provincial election campaign in Quebec. I reside in Gatineau and have been a resident of this province for 60 years yet the separatists have never, ever made anglophones welcome here. They do not have any appreciation for our efforts to live peaceful and cooperative lives and they never will. They would be surprised to hear how many of us would fight to retain our Canadian citizenship should they ever try to remove us from Canada. You speak of partitioning off Montreal but there are many other areas of Quebec that will also be seeking partition should a vote for independence ever result in a yes vote. We need a new political party in Quebec that would stand up to these separatists and state loud and clear that we are willing to sign the constitution of Canada and are willing to work for a better life for all Canadians. They would be unpleasantly surprised how many votes this new party would receive as most of us in this area are sick and fed up with the whining and blackmail of the rest of Canada. Quebec is now so socialist (and I’m a Liberal by the way) that they are bankrupt and we can no longer afford all of these free programs and huge salary demands by the labour forces and unions. For heavens sake, a house painter earns just about the same amount of money as our doctors. What is wrong with this picture? We are becoming more and more communist each year with the government telling us where we can go to school, what language we can speak and what we can wear! Isn’t this how Nazi Germany started out? Don’t we ever learn?

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  118. Thomas Sisson Says:

    I find it interesting that Blogger allows the use of the <a> tag which permits all kinds of dangerous and spammy hyperlinks, but one cannot use the <code> tag.

    Blogger is used for all sorts of things from mindless rantings and pornography to political commentary and computer help. It makes it very difficult to explain typing commands without certain fonts or automatic formatting making the actual command unclear or unusable. For example:

    ls -a
    or
    dir /w

    would become:

    ls -a
    or
    dir /w

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  128. insanity Says:

    thanks for the insightful tips on the html there!

  129. bimbingan belajar les private di jakarta Says:

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  130. cheese lover Says:

    suppose i’ll test it out cheese

  131. johnny Says:

    thanks for sharing this usefull article for use of html in blogs comment
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  132. David Antonacci Says:

    Thanks for sharing Mike……now to test my new found skills
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    Fingers crossed that I did it right

  133. Ravikrishna Says:

    Thanks for giving useful info

  134. Friv Network Says:

    Nice one. Short and sweet. HELPFUL!!! Thanks you for share with us.

  135. ben Says:

    just testing

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  136. Marie@normaleverydaylife Says:

    I’m wondering how to make a hyperlink that allows me to comment as Marie@normaleverydaylife I want people to be able to click directly on that. I’ve seen people do it, but just can’t make it work for me.

  137. Marie@normaleverydaylife Says:

    I can see that in the last comment, there is a link that works within the comment, but not in the name box?

  138. Jennifer Collins Says:

    I hope it’s ok to test this on your blog. I tried on mine with weebly thru ipage and it doesn’t work.
    Jennifer Collins of Inviting Interiors
    fingers crossed!

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