To like or not to like

Project Blackfish has a new added function! You may want to sit down for this: anyone, and by anyone I mean anyone logged into my computer, can not only like a post but unlike it as well! Ground breaking stuff, I know. Here is an example of two posts (please excuse the bad language, spelling, and grammer, someone got way too excited about foosball):

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Total scores of the article can now be negative. There are a few problems still: anyone, even if they are not signed in, can vote as many times as they please, and I have no idea how many votes are up or down. So there is still a lot to do on that front.

Also, users can now insert there first and last name upon registration:

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Other bugs include the header sign in not working properly, which has something to do with CSRF validation and I believe something to do with it being on the base HTML file. Can’t have unsuspecting users being hacked so that is a must fix.

Lastly, I had a problem with passwords of new users not being recorded and this stackoverflow link solved everything. Memo to self: learn more about the ‘super’ function.

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