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I guess the new content warning thingy annoys you ? Well : me too ! >_<

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Short story : I’ve been forced to place a content warning system, and I received reports that it’s bugged.
Give me one or two days and, at least, you won’t be shown this with every new page (it will be cookie-based, but I can’t entirely remove it).

Long story : Well, it’s more complicated…

I was busy phoning my web host because of a server problem (you may have noticed hentairules was offline yesterday ? ;), when the support person suddenly goes anal and asks me where’s my content warning page.
Me : wut ?
Support person : it’s the law, sir, the law.
Me : no way !
Support person : yes way !

I think this is just idiotic and decide to forget about it, but just to be sure, I phone again one hour later. I have a new person on the phone, and when asked in general terms, that person tells I shouldn’t give a fuck, it’s okay, it’s tolerated. But then we check my hosting account : it’s been noted very clearly that there MUST be a content warning, and once it’s written, checks will be made, and it has do be done.

Either I applied a content warning system, or else I was unplugged from the internet. I complied.

As it was configured, it would use a cookie with a ten years expiry time (huhu, I found this duration hilarious), meaning you wouldn’t see it again until your cookies are cleared.
But it didn’t work well ! I use a caching plugin (without a cache, I should purchase a dedicated server, it would cost me a fortune), and this caching plugin interferes with the content warning system. And it seems that every time you visit, dear visitor, you’re a new visitor, it’s magic !
It’s not normal, but I’m not superhuman, I’ll need a bit of time to find a replacement, give me one or two days – or, heck, if you’re a coder, give me the code, save the php cookie creation it must be wrapped inside javascript because javascript ouput is not cached unlike plugins relying on php, it’s the only requirement – and it should become OK :)

Final summary :
Short version : OWNED !
Longer version : Sorry it bothers you, I have no choice, give me two days and it will be much less annoying that won’t popup all the time :)


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acolyte
acolyte

Lol I was going to ask if you can keep a cookie or something..
Nevertheless, I use IE's InPrivate so it's gonna clear out the cookie when I visit this site the next day anyway.. So I'll be a victim XD But yeah, hopefully there's a way to solve the puzzle soon!

[By the way, I use my own computer, but InPrivate saves me from friends going on my laptop checking history or accidentally typing something that's part of a page in this site]

wazzaby
wazzaby

well sadly I cant help you but it could be worst
anyway thx for the explanation B)

Eeejay
Eeejay

So there’s a click-through adult content warning for the site :-( but none for the popup fleshlight ad with full nudity? How does that work?

RAS
RAS

Well, all in all, yeah, it’s somewhat of an inconvenience, but I think it’s a small thing to deal with to keep your site up and running. (And with as little negative attention as possible.)

VVen
VVen

Yeah its hell annoying, but its a small compromise. It gave me a good laugh when I found out what happens if you chose "Exit" rather than "Enter"…^_^

naso
naso

what will happen if i choose exit? i guess will never know….

Zathael
Zathael

I had to try it: It takes you to the Wikipedia page for "Pornography". :)

Anon
Anon

you get redirected to wikipedia's "pornography" page

Lot
Lot

ehm… to me is perfect as it is, I don't see anything :)
Are you working on it maybe?

Igvy
Igvy

I don't mind the message really.

Don't get me wrong, I enjoyed not having one, but yea, one click is not then end of my life. Even if ill be doing that click alot.

rainergy
rainergy

true that….it just one simple click…not really a bother if you ask me…

Omega
Omega

Same and at last your warning is fun to read

kurome
kurome

agreed
i think we would all endure way more just to come see your awesome site!

johann
johann

I don't see any warning.

Maybe it's because I'm in incognito mode, but that doesn't make much sense, that means I should see it every single session that I visit this site, since cookies are saved during the duration of the session, at least.

anyways, the content warning thingy doesn't work for me.
AAAAAHHH NOW IT WORKS COOL

I agree, funner to read than most warnings

Kyoten
Kyoten

It's no big deal Oliver. It's a small compromise to be able to keep a great site active.

Keep up the great work man!

~Kyoten

loplop

Not a big deal, the web hosting companies have to cover themselves. It's a minor inconvenience.

lordaeon
lordaeon

OIIIII WEBBB developer guys lets help oliver
Our mission: find the best way for content warning that only trigger once
hahahhah

hey oliver how about you use session like the one in php???

regards
lord.aeon

Oliver AKA The Admin

Well, have a look ? ;)
http://pastebin.com/eez34dkw

lordaeon
lordaeon

check this out bro http://www.webdeveloper.com/forum/showthread.php?…

but it doesnt comply with all of your requirement
i'm sorry i am not a php i'm C# fan who loves porn LOL

lordaeon
lordaeon

i am using chrome browser,, when i visit your site the content warning system only appear once
i dont know why

maybe your script have a browser compatibility?

Atlas
Atlas

Oliver, you da man. Your disclaimer is hilarious. If all the warning notes were so fun, I wouldn't mind them at all.

Outcast
Outcast

For those of you using Adblock Plus, add this filter:

||hentairules.net/wp-content/plugins/content-warning/assets/wpcw.js?*

Axalon
Axalon

Thanks, Outcast.

Oliver AKA The Admin

Well found. I didn't advertise adblock because I love the beer money brought by my ads, but I have absolutely no problem with geeks finding them solution themselves or talking about it in the comments, I also block whatever bothers me :)

T
T

Yeah AdBlock works well :)

Guest
Guest

Extract from Wikipedia:

Many nations that allow at least some types of pornography attempt to ensure that those under their legal age for accessing porn (often 18 or 21) cannot easily access it. Various measures have been tried but with varying success. Within the United States, most websites have taken voluntary steps to ensure that visitors to their sites are not underage. Many Web sites provide a warning upon entry, warning minors and those not interested in viewing porn not to view the site, and requiring one to affirm that one is at least 18 and wishing to view pornographic content. Such warning pages have little effect in preventing access by minors to porn, as any minor interested in viewing the site can simply click on the “I am an adult over 18” button without having to prove his or her age.

Note the "voluntary" bit :)

Gameperv
Gameperv

Somehow, I knew it was something like that, but I had to ask just to be sure. My apoligies for the one opening the can of blazing rage of fire, didn't think one question of notice would get out of hand. ;P

Wadowce
Wadowce

Even though the content warning is functional now, Hentairules hasn´t changed a bir about content and manteinance. Thanks for taking the time to give the explanation and stuff!

BrookTheEcchi
BrookTheEcchi

I SPAMMED CLICKED GOING TO TEH WIKI PORN PAGE! SO MUCH FUN! :DD But no, in all seriousness, it is a very major annoyance. Alas, what can be done other than comply? Oh well. It isn't THAT much of a hassle. Again, just an annoyance. Like that fly that buzzes about when you're busy…OR WHEN SOMEONE DOESN'T GET YOU SOUVENIR NIPPLE CLAMPS! GOOD DAY, SIR OLIVER. -_0

Oliver AKA The Admin

There was only ONE pair of nipple clamps. I kept them for me, MWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA !!

Mike-D
Mike-D

Oliver.. Are you using hostgator still or a different webhost.. Because i have been using them since 2004 with my site hentai-atlantis.com an i have not had that problem.. But i do have a warning page but doesn't popup or anything. All I have is Terms an Conditions which there is a link on the top of the page.. Which is considered as a content warning page

Oliver AKA The Admin

Nah, I use OVH for Hentairules.

Fern
Fern

Hahaha, this is absurd =) I came to this page, but I could CLEARLY see a picture of some chick getting drilled in the background.

It's pointless, as you say; there is no way someone came here on ACCIDENT. But just made me laugh =)

Zero the Hero
Zero the Hero

HAHAHA man i thought that i had logged on the wrong site for a sec.

SethSteiner
SethSteiner

I think a content warning is okay on some sites but seriously, not if it's so soft that no one can be harmed and hentairules can't harm anyone as same as a normal porno can't harm anyone. Very absurd but I don't care that it's now here. I like hentairules and I will stay here as long as it's here. Hopefully this will be forever :D

t0pfpflanze
t0pfpflanze

I don't mind it, I mean, come on it's just one click.
And I think it's better to get annoyed by a pop-up then getting Olivers site shut down.

FlinFlon
FlinFlon

Whew! Thanks for the heads up. When I saw it yesterday I was worried the site had been hacked and that clicking yes would invite a virus.

Not that it stopped me, but I was worried.

But alls as well as can be expected. I liked the no-warning site better, but all good things come to an end. Oliver, you gotta do whatcha gotta do; or one day wake up with your avatar's severed head in your bed. The spice must flow! Make mine Hentairules!

Bryan
Bryan

Is that why I kept getting 403 forbidden pages the other day?

Oliver AKA The Admin

No, it was another problem, a script became wild and brought the server to its knees, my web host plugged me off (it's shared hosting) to protect the other users and in case it was a hack. It was just me screwing up, actually.

lewella
lewella

bonjour,

voici une solution potentielle, qui devrait fonctionner. je ne peux malheureusement pas la tester chez moi, prevenez moi s’il y a des erreurs, je verrais si je peux les corriger.

/*

ce premier script est a inclure dans la page de warning.

la page de warning peut etre realisee en html simple, elle doit juste contenir l’image/texte d’avertissement,

et deux boutons (oui // non) du genre:

OUI ou

ce qui donnerait une page du genre:

WARNING – check your age before entering!!!

MON_IMAGE_WARNING

OUI

NON

dans laquelle il faudrait bien évidemment MA_STYLE_SHEET par l’adresse de votre feuille de style, et l’image de warning d’exemple par la votre (ou un texte)

le texte OUI (ou NON) des boutons peut être remplace par l’image de votre choix

*/

function createCookieCheckAge(oui_non){

var expire = new Date();

var dixAn = expire.getTime() + (10*365*24*60*60*1000);

expire.setTime(dixAN);

document.cookie = “ageCheck=”+oui_non;expires=” + expire.toGMTString();

if (oui_non == “oui”){

location.href = $_GET[‘current’];

} else {

location.href = “http://www.google.com”;

}

}

/*

ce deuxieme script serait a placer dans toutes les autres pages du site, et la fonction a executer au chargement de la page ()

il faut y remplacer la chaine “MA_PAGE_DE_WARNING” (dans le case “absent” et le case default en bas par l’adresse de votre page de warning

*/

function checkAgeOnLoad()

{

var dataName = “ageCheck”;

var cookieLen = dataName.length;

var cookieData = document.cookie;

var allcookieLen = cookieData.length;

var ageCheck = “absent”;

var i = 0;

var cookieEnd;

while(i < allcookieLen)

{

var j = i + cookieLen;

if (cookieData.substring(i,j) == dataName)

{

cookieEnd = cookieData.indexOf(";", j);

if (cookieEnd == -1)

{

cookieEnd = cookieData.length;

}

ageCheck = cookieData.substring(j+1, cookieEnd))

}

i++;

}

switch (ageCheck){

case "oui":

//ne rien faire pour continuer sur la page choisie

break;

case "non":

//rediriger sur google.fr

location.href = "http://www.google.com&quot;;

break;

case "absent":

//rediriger sur page de warning

location.href = "http://MA_PAGE_DE_WARNING&current="+unescape(self.location.pathname);

break;

case default:

//rediriger sur page de warning

location.href = "http://MA_PAGE_DE_WARNING&current="+unescape(self.location.pathname);

break;

}

}

lewella
lewella

evidemment, des caracteres ne passent pas dans le textarea.
si vous pouvez m’envoyer un e-mail, je vous enverrai ça sous forme de fichier texte.