We use cookies to provide you with a better experience. If you continue to use this site, we'll assume you're happy with this. Alternatively, click here to find out how to manage these cookies

hide cookie message
Contact Forum Editor

Send an email to our Forum Editor:


PLEASE NOTE: Your name is used only to let the Forum Editor know who sent the message. Both your name and email address will not be used for any other purpose.

Speakers Corner


It's free to register, to post a question or to start / join a discussion


 

What is " please?


Graham*

Likes # 0

Is this a secret code?

Like this post
Forum Editor

Likes # 0

You're definitely warm,it has to do with code, but not the secret kind. It's a tricky little glitch that has to do with site code interpreting quotation marks as "

It's on our list of things to fix, but to be honest there are other things ahead of it in terms of priority. It will be sorted out, but probably not this year. (archive readers please note the post date)

Does that help?

P.S. Did you notice those quotation marks at the end of my first paragraph? Try typing the weird text string from your title into your post when you respond, and see what happens - spooky, eh?

All cats in Gorky park are blond in springtime.

Like this post
Kev.Ifty

Likes # 0

All cats in Gorky park are blond in springtime

Is that a new fangled 'Click Here' for clever fellows?

quizzical Kev

Like this post
Forum Editor

Likes # 0

"quizzical Kev"

It's related to Graham*'s question asking about secret code,and it was my attempt at humour - people who remember the cold war spy films would understand.

Like this post

Reply to this topic

This thread has been locked.



IDG UK Sites

3 of the best portable chargers: a solar power charger, a hand-cranked charger, and how to charge...

IDG UK Sites

iOS 8 review: Hands on with the iOS 8 beta

IDG UK Sites

Thinking robots: The philosophy of artificial intelligence and evolving technology

IDG UK Sites

Sharknado 2 VFX: how The Asylum created CG flying man-eating sharks