Saturday, December 15, 2007

Comment Using OpenID

On December 13, the Blogger Buzz blog posted that OpenID is being implemented on Blogger. This means that your readers can leave authenticated comments on your blog using their identities from OpenID-enabled services such as WordPress.com, LiveJournal, and AOL. OpenID lets users have control of their login and should cut down on spam comments.

You may already have an OpenID. If you use one of the services below, you may login by replacing username with your name. For example, to use WordPress openID, I would be cybercelt.wordpress.com. Feel free to try to comment on this post using one of your openIDs.

You May Already Have an OpenID:
  • Technorati
  • technorati.com/people/technorati/username

  • WordPress.com
  • username.wordpress.com

  • AOL
  • openid.aol.com/screenname

  • Vox
  • member.vox.com

  • LiveDoor
  • profile.livedoor.com/username

  • LiveJournal
  • username.livejournal.com

  • SmugMug
  • username.smugmug.com

3 comments:

Neena (NeenMachine) said...

I implemented OpenID and am so happy to be able to once again leave comments on Blogger blogs!

mommybytes.com said...

Cool tips, thanks for visiting from BC. I use idproxy.net so that I can use my blog URL and will be blogging about it soon (and quoting you too).

CyberCelt said...

@neena-Appreciate your visit. All of a sudden, no one could comment that did not belong to Blogger.

@mommybytes-Thanks for stopping by. I look forward to your post.

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