Posts Tagged ‘commenting’

Do You Use an Alternative Commenting System?

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October 31st, 2011
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There are many options when it comes to handling comments on a WordPress blog. You can certainly go with the default commenting system, you can enhance it with a variety of plugins, and you can even replace it with an entirely different commenting system, like IntenseDebate, Disqus, Facebook Comments, or Livefyre. At Weblog Tools Collection, we use the default commenting system with Highlight Author Comments added in to highlight the post author’s comments (of course). I prefer to stick with the default comments myself, but have used IntenseDebate on sites that need a bit more. What do you use, and if you’re using an alternative commenting system, what led you to the one you chose?

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Comment License Made Easy

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June 23rd, 2008
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Not too long ago, I published a post which dove into the controversial subject of comment ownership and I must say, you guys and gals came up with quite a bit of discussion points. In that post, here is how I described my position on the matter: I don’t believe a commenting bill of rights needs to be created in which all blogs should follow. However, I do think that each blogger should create and make publicly accessible a commenting policy. This policy should clearly explain what you as the blog author will do with comments posted on your site, who retains ownership of those comments and explain circumstances which would require you to edit an end user’s comment. For those of you that agree, I’d like to draw your attention to Alex King’s Comment License WordPress plugin. This plugin makes it as easy as 1 2 3 to add […]

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