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UPDATE: Everything is now ready to go, the plugin works well with 1.2 and 1.3 installs of WP with one exception.  There has been some problem with WP 1.2.1 when running Kubrick 1.2.6.  I am looking into it now, but I thought it was not a deal breaker.  If you have any questions leave them for me here or on my site.

Hey everyone, just checking in with a little plugin update.  I am releasing a new plugin on Friday the 29th of October called Per Post Comment Text.

In a nutshell this plugin will allow you to specify the text that your link to your comments form holds.  Gone are the days of every link on every article being Comments (0), or What do you think? (0).  Now you will be able to have your post about motorcycles have this as your comment link: What kind of hog do you ride? (0); or your article about The Grudge have one that says: Did you piss on yourself in this movie? (0).

If you hit my site you can see the plugin in action.

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  1. André (1 comments.) says:

    Hi Chris,

    great idea. Hope this will people stmulate to give comments.
    Will the plugin work in WordPress 1.3 as well?

  2. Chris J. Davis (6 comments.) says:

    Thanks Andr̩, yeah it works with 1.2 Р1.3 all the way through the newest alphas of 1.3.

  3. Sanjeev Shukla (1 comments.) says:

    I am using WP1.2.1 and have installed this plugin as per your directions, and tried everything but no luck. As soon as I post any entry, comment from some online poker site comes immediately.

    Any suggestions?

  4. Chris J. Davis (6 comments.) says:

    I was going on the assumption that my audience would be familiar with the plugin system in WordPress and know what to do to some extent. I had forgotten how many new users we have been getting over the recent months.

    The plugin now has an extra line added to the instructions that should take care of your situation. You need to edit your index.php file and replace <?php comments_popup_link(__(‘Comments (0)’), __(‘Comments (1)’), __(‘Comments (%)’)); ?> with <?php cjd_comment(); ?> . That is most likely your problem.

  5. David Blangstrup (2 comments.) says:

    It’s not working here at all! (WP 1.3 latest nightly)

  6. Brad Jones says:

    Installed as per your directions but no love. I’ve activated it. I’ve edited a post, added ‘cjd_comment’ in the key field, and the text for the comment to the value field. I clicked ‘Add Key’. I saved the post. I viewed the site, still said ‘Comments’. Using 1.2. Any ideas?

  7. Chris J. Davis (6 comments.) says:

    I was going on the assumption that my audience would be familiar with the plugin system in WordPress and know what to do to some extent. I had forgotten how many new users we have been getting over the recent months.

    The plugin now has an extra line added to the instructions that should take care of your situation. You need to edit your index.php file and replace <?php comments_popup_link(__(‘Comments (0)’), __(‘Comments (1)’), __(‘Comments (%)’)); ?> with <?php cjd_comment(); ?> . That is most likely your problem.

  8. Chris J. Davis (6 comments.) says:

    I was going on the assumption that my audience would be familiar with the plugin system in WordPress and know what to do to some extent. I had forgotten how many new users we have been getting over the recent months.

    The plugin now has an extra line added to the instructions that should take care of your situation. You need to edit your index.php file and replace <?php comments_popup_link(__(‘Comments (0)’), __(‘Comments (1)’), __(‘Comments (%)’)); ?> with <?php cjd_comment(); ?> . That is most likely your problem.

  9. rere (1 comments.) says:

    dsfas



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