The CurrCon Java Applet displays prices on this
web page converted with today’s exchange rates into your local international currency,
e.g. Euros, US dollars, Canadian dollars, British Pounds, Indian Rupees…
CurrCon requires an up-to-date browser
and Java version 1.8, preferably 1.8.0_131.
If you can’t see the prices in your local currency,
Troubleshoot. Use Firefox for best results.
A logon scheme for blog sites to use and forum managing software. Clients
don’t need an account for every blog site, just one at Disqus. It is not quite
as clever as you would expect. It first creates separate accounts for each site, then
shows all the accounts to the user in the dashboard and offers the option to
consolidate them. The Richard Dawkins beta site rdfrs.com uses it.
Filter out spam, trolls and unwanted commenters
Verified commenter reputations across sites
Reply to comments through email or mobile
Edit and republish comments with one click. However, you have to wait about
15 minutes after posting before you can edit or
Has a nice clean look.
Can mirror posts to Facebook and Twitter.
Supports full Unicode character set (or at least whatever common fonts
It handles threading by the intuitively obvious technique of indentation.
The editor is very primitive: no lists, tables, colour, headings, HTML5 (Hypertext Markup Language v 5),
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Does support entities and some basic formatting
html <em> <strong>.
The editor does not support Ctrl-Z undo.
The editor is not WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get).
There is no way to preview how a posts will look after it is formatted.
You have to go into the dashboard to repeal a message or edit it after it is
posted. To get to the dashboard click the
Free to start with no add-ons.
per month for professional version.
per month for the VIP (Very Important Person)
It uses a JSON-based protocol, where participating websites exchange
HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) messages with the Disqus