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    10 WordPress Plugins for comments

    The comments on the blog*are very important.*Receive this retroalimenación by readers, either to raise concerns or leave your point of view, is a vital component of a blog like this.*To manage all these comments there are a number of plugins that we can simplify the task.*Here I present a list I made ​​on a*Top 10 WordPress plugins for comments*.

    We developed a list that meets your expectations expect (and if you believe that we forget one very good,leave it in a review*), we tried to cover all possible aspects of managing a blog comment from spam filtering to reward more participatory.

    This plugin is part of Automattic, the same developer of WordPress creator (Matt), and very successfully to filter a lot of spam comments.*It gives us a chance to make guided spam comments on several factors: The language of the comment, the content, the amount of links you have, spam keywords, etc..*Activated with a free key WordPress.com

    Rating Comment
    Plugin that allows us to assess the comments pudiéndolos vote positively or negatively.*This kind of karma is widely used in bookmarks like Digg or Reddit in the Spanish case, and allow us to attribute a commentator authority based on that score received.*It is based on the famous*comment karma pluginwhich we have spoken and that was discontinued by its author.

    Quote Comments
    This plugin allows us to quote a comment left by someone else.*Particularly useful when the WordPress theme we're using does not have this functionality integrated or not we modify the comments.php on our blog, as it requires no more to be installed and enabled.*There is another similar plugin*called Quoter*which has more options but I have not tested in WP

    This site lets you create a custom avatar support WordPress, being the same developers, who appear to define different areas, commonly in the comments, although it may occur at the end of a post with a picture of the author, or in the sidebar listing the site editors, etc.*They must register with the site and then configure*Settings / Discussion*in

    A fairly specific plugin.*Its functionality is a single and quite well: Shorten URLs that are too long in the comments.*The problem it solves is when commentators leave a url in the comments that it is too long and, as automatically reduces the width that has brings out the comment box breaking site aesthetics.

    Although you can modify the source code of a theme with a conditional PHP function that does this, for beginners this plugin is the best option.*It serves to highlight the comment author's blog in the long list of comments you have.*Just out from the others, particularly useful when it is he who supports a topic or answer questions left by others.

    Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

    Akismet is surprisingly very good. For me, it filters spam on my blog well enough that I do have automatic approval for comments for any comments not flagged by Akismet as spam. It's a useful plugin.

    Some of these plugins I've not heard of before - thanks for sharing them. Might check them out. Does anyone know any (actually) useful mobile theme plugins? I want a plugin that changes the blog to a mobile blog theme for any visitors browsing my blog on smartphones and mobile phones - not just limited to iPhone or iPhone and Android phones. Any ideas?


      Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

      You can also add CommentLuv to that list. It is also a very good comment plugin. It provides do-follow links as well.


        Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

        Hello There,

        I would like to recommend Disqus Comment plugin, one of the most popular.
        It offers a number of benefits to site owner like the burden of actually processing comments is lifted from your site – they’ll be entered and stored on the Disqus servers and will be shown on your site through the plugin. You can also benefit from advanced options such as threaded comments and replies, and many more...


          Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

          It should be kept in mind that plugins, themes, or templates are often not the biggest problem for most Wordpress users. They want to get traffic, they want an online business. Keep adding or changing plugins, themes and other features does not solve their real problem. Wordpress "as is" won't build an online business. It's missing a do-able start-to-finish BUSINESS process.

          Surely, you can slog through the mountains of business building advice and tools that are out there. But for most WordPress users it all ends up being too much.

          So, despite the dazzling display of Wordpress features, the reality for most (non-tech) people who want to create a web business with Wordpress is that they need to adhere to an easy-to-follow, all-in-one, proven, ethical webbusiness-building system (not a get rich quick scheme), tailored to the WordPress platform, to get (1) a significant amount of traffic and get (2) targeted traffic (example of such a system: WealthPrinciples dot net).

          Otherwise you'll end up having (and building) only a WordPress webSITE (or BLOG) but not a webBUSINESS.


            Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

            I have been using Disqus Comment plugin since many years and I am quite happy with it. Whatever the number of comments you receive on your blog, it doesn't affect on your site performance.


              Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

              While plugins are extremely useful one should be wary of using too many as it can slow down the website considerably. In fact I have restricted the use of plugins to 5-6 and noticed a big difference in load time ever since I cut down on them.


                Re: 10 WordPress Plugins for comments

                You can make a simple site extraordinary with just a few clicks through using plugin. It is however also true that outdated plugins are utmost dangerous for sites. There’s a good chance that even though the plugin is out of date it will still work. It could become insecure, and therefore pose a security hazard. I’ve seen enough sites get hacked through out of date themes and out of date plugins that I would be very reluctant to install a plugin that is over two years old.

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