G’day guys! welcome back to WassupBlog. This post is all about introducing you to the paid version of Ajax Edit Comments. Many of you have probably come across this plugin in your travels and I’m sure you appreciate how it allows you the opportunity to correct your comment once you’ve published it. Depending on how the blogger has set it you may be able to change your email, url or even delete the comment completely as long as you do it within the time constraints set by the blogger.
Other features that are built into it include a spell check as well as the facility to increase the comment box so that you’re not typing in a constrained space, if you so wish. What I love about this plugin is that like CommentLuv Premium it also has certain features that reward the blogger. Although I’m going to list those features that sold me on this plugin I’ve also put together a quick video so that you can see some of them in action.
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Ajax Edit Comment Features
As the blog owner you now have power to manage those comments that have strayed from your comment policy. Don’t have a comment policy? :nono_tb: Perhaps it’s time that you put one together. Anyway, here are some of the things that you can do with Ajax Edit Comments.
- Edit, moderate, and manage comments from a post or a page which comes in really handy saving you a lot of time by not having to do it from the dashboard when you’re in the middle of replying to your commentators.
- Bulk-mark comments as spam through the Blacklist feature which is great for those people who constantly spam your blog.
- Move comments from post to post: I never thought I would use this feature until I came across this comment that had nothing to do with a particular post but was perfect for another one.
- E-mail the user directly from their comment comes in handy when you want to thank a commentator for leaving a spectacular comment or chastise them for leaving a piss poor comment.
Being a premium plugin it also allows you many ways to configure the plugins enabling it to work the way you want it to as well as allowing you yo customise the way it looks.
As good as the plugin is I asked in the forums whether they would be able to build a feature into it that allowed a user to submit a comment without the page reloading which would save a lot of resources. They thought it was a good idea but wondered how many users would want this feature? Sounds like a great idea for a poll.
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