I hope everyone benefit from comments@advise from my previous posting by blogger friends about stolen post/photos about what to do when your post has been stolen or how to prevent them from being taken. I really appreciate each helpful advise and your kind support. I have reported to blogger and gave them 10URL postings from the thief blog that belongs to me and blogger has taken action within less than a day to delete this 10postings from that theif blog. It will take me sometime to report more than 300 posts that it is still there. Hmmm...wondering how to convince blogger to close that theif blog account since it will be much easier for me.
I have just left comment to the theif blog today about deleting all my post on that blog will see what that person will do.
Daphne reminded us that there is a link at the top to report abuse example for stealing copyrighted material.
Autumn Belle gave 3 points to protect your copyright:
1) Install 'right click disabled' on the blog post.
2) Insert watermarks in photos
3) Insert a copyright message in all blog post.
You can also get the right click disabled code from Herny to copy the code.
Tina give good tips for 'Feed Setting', better set it to short than a full one. My Feed setting was full so I think that is the reason it was easier to copy the whole post. Thus, I have changed it to short.
There are also several good links from blogger friends as well left in the comments from my previous post.
Cooking varieties has recently posted about stealing other blogger post.
A few posts/photos being stolen is not unusual but all of your postings will be too much. Hope many benefits from my unfortunate experience and helpful to alert other blogger especially new members in the blogger community.
It has taken me years to gain confidant on myself for speaking publicly about my thoughts and share my experience by blogging. Instead of keeping quiet about this matter, I decided to take action. I was annoyed this time because some family personnel post is there as well such as Rayyan previous surgery postings.
To be more positive thinking and on a cheerful sight from our garden space, we got bitter gourd, capsicum, cucumber, beans and eggplant for fresh harvest for last week and hopefully this week too. Beet roots are also available for fresh picking (notice anything on the beetroot?).
To avoid our only 5 jicama (yam bean) plants tuber from getting rotten, I harvested them earlier this year compared to last year as the weather can be under 15 degree Celsius at night now. Jicama tubers are very sensitive with cold, prone to rot. Harvested tubers were about the same size last year but last year harvest was much sweeter. I think because we have warmer summer this year so less moisture in the soil effect the taste. Two of the tubers are really small though and one has cracked indicates not given enough water. These was sowed in October and growing in container with okra. The plants did produce buds but they never bloom here. However, early January I went back to Malaysia and did manage to sow some jicama seeds in my mother garden. My cousin reported that there are jicama flower blooming in my mother garden and some has produce seed pods to save seeds from the ones I sowed. Jicama really likes humidity and needs plenty of moisture to grow well. It will be a challenge for hot and dry summer to grow them but it still can be fun not impossible.
I grow kangkong for 3 years in our garden during warm season.
But this is the first time, the kangkong plant gave me a bloom.
I was really surprised.
I would not notice it, if I don't water the plant in the morning last weekend,
That is why there are water droplets on the plant.
I did not one to bore anyone with my kangkong harvest this week,
so I like to share the kangkong bloom instead.
Resemble closely to morning glory since they belong to the same family.
I still left many question in comments unanswered yet.
Will reply, sorry for the wait though.