- track + back (Wiktionary)
“Making this all particularly crazy, your trackback is there.”
“By including a link to a article or post, not the blog itself, in a post on your blog, a trackback is automatically done, with no effort by you.”
“Yes Paul, trackback is working fine, but my trackback logs show no recent ones from your own blog.”
“If Jeff agrees with CaptiousNut that my trackback is spam, then he should just delete it.”
“A trackback is a note from one blog to your blog, triggered by a link to your blog.”
“Yes, a trackback is something we who have our own blogs do … unbelievable,”
“So with a click we can edit the trackback from the Comment panel to add a little more information or edit it to be more appropriate.”
“A trackback is an electronic copy of the text around a link made in your post to another web page which appears as a “trackback” comment on blogs with trackback features.”
“What the trackback is talking about is common and explained here and in the WordPress Codex article on Conditional Tags, as well as elsewhere in the Codex, the online manual for WordPress users.”
“A trackback is a link to this post published on another blog post.”
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