9.10. mollom.addBlacklistText


The Mollom XML-RPC API interface has been deprecated, and is included here for archival purposes.

To develop clients and services that connect to Mollom, use the Mollom REST API.

Required Name Type Description
required public_key string Site public key
required time string Site server time in this format: yyyy-MM-dd'T'HH:mm:ss-.SSSZ
required hash string HMAC-SHA1 digest
required nonce string One time nonce
required text string Up to 100 characters of text to be blacklisted on your site, in lowercase, with all leading and trailing spaces trimmed
required context string The information to search for the text, either "everything" for the entire post, "links" for link URLs and link titles only or "author" for all author related information
required reason string One of the following reasons the text is blacklisted: "spam", "profanity", "low-quality", "unwanted"
optional match string One of the following ways to match the blacklisted text: "exact", "contains". The default value is "contains".
returns   boolean Always returns "true"

Mollom automatically maintains whitelists and blacklists based on statistical analysis, reputation models and feedback sent by users. However, as a Mollom end-user, you may provide custom text blacklists using the Mollom Blacklist API. Mollom will store the blacklisted text on the server-side, and use the lists in mollom.checkContent() calls.

The mollom.addBlacklistText call provides a way to add text to your site's custom blacklist. Note that the text can contain spaces, so entire phrases (up to 100 characters for each call) can be added to your custom blacklist.