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Zend Developer Zone:
December 09, 2008 @ 09:32:05

A new post on the Zend Developer Zone looks at a component recently introduced into the Zend Framework to help with comment spam (and no, its not Akismet) - an interface to Mollom.

If you run a blog that accepts comments, you're probably familiar with comment spam. You could manually verify all comments, but that gets cumbersome after some time. A better solution is using an automatic scanner to verify comments. Like Mollom. Mollom checks your comments and provides CAPTCHAs if it's not 100% sure (about 2% of all comments).

The component is up to version 1.1.0 now and you can learn more about it (and find some downloads) on this page.

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