With the overall popularity of Twitter growing and use by many Anime Bloggers in the blogging community and I have wrote a editorial on Twitter and Anime Blogging in the past, but I have decided to take it a step further. Now, any reader who wish to comment on the posts may now use their Twitter identity instead of manually typing in the name, email, and also homepage every time you want to make a post.
This is simple. If you have already signed into your Twitter account, when you go down to the comments page, there will be a new button called “Sign in using Twitter.” A popup window will appear prompting you to authorize the blog to use your Twitter credentials (if you are not signed into Twitter, Twitter will prompt you for your Username and Password). All you need to do is to approve and it will automatically authorize you to use your identity and will take you back to the same page you were before so you can start making your comments. The sign in process is secure, so you don’t have to worry about your passwords being shared and your account being hijacked by a spammer.
After posting, your comment is still will go to for moderation if you use the Twitter account the first time. After that, you may post comments freely. Also, comments that were made by your Twitter account will use your Twitter picture opposed to the Gravitars for Non-Twitter users. If you don’t have a Twitter account, go get yourself one… and don’t forget to follow me on Twitter at Chikorita157 and also Chikorita157a (blog Twitter account).
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This is a test of the new Twitter Login system.
And this, is another test. Hurray.
Very nice. Good work!
It seems that the “Sign in with Twitter” works perfectly fine… I had to iron some bugs out with XHTML validation. At least it paid off at the end.
But there is one quark with it… The link placement seems to be out of place because of the Capcha plugin.