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KeywordLuv

Reward your commentators by separating their name from their keywords, in the link to their website, giving them improved anchor text.

3.0 (2 January 2014)

  • Added a warning that using the plugin in 2014 may actually have a negative SEO effect.
  • Added the ability to reverse the effect for comments using the KeywordLuv syntax, so real names are shown instead of keywords.

2.1 (18 February 2013)

  • Security enhancement: minimising risk from security flaw (high impact, but low risk, currently unexploitable).
  • Security enhancement: escaping output where possible, ensuring user input can't cause any harm.
  • Bug fix: Fixed longstanding problem with commentators who do not leave link.

2.0 (19 July 2012)

  • Updated version number to flag update (1.1 is not > 1.03 apparently).
  • Includes all changes from 1.1 as well:
    • Removed link to plugin home page, which now 404s.
    • Removed redundant version check functionality, no longer needed as WordPress handles this now.
    • Optimised code to minimise memort usage.
    • Admin styles improved to fit current version of WordPress.
    • Improved code readability.
    • Other improvements inline with WordPress best practice.

1.1 (19 July 2012)

  • Removed link to plugin home page, which now 404s.
  • Removed redundant version check functionality, no longer needed as WordPress handles this now.
  • Optimised code to minimise memort usage.
  • Admin styles improved to fit current version of WordPress.
  • Improved code readability.
  • Other improvements inline with WordPress best practice.

1.03 (7th April 2008)

  • Now works better with the CommentLuv plugin. CommentLuv wasn't stripping the keywords from the YourName's Last Blog Post phrase, which looked a little strange. KeywordLuv now intercepts the comment before it's written and strips the keywords out (only in the comment body).

1.02 (3rd April 2008)

  • Reverted to the original logic from 1.0, with the new logic from 1.01 being incorporated into a Compatibility Mode. This means the majority of users can run in normal mode which has no problems, while people with incompatible themes can run Compatibility Mode which has an issue (see http://scratch99.com/keywordluv-theme-compatibility-issue/)

1.01 (1st April 2008)

  • Placed comment form message inside paragraph tags to stop it running into other comment form messages
  • Rewrote the logic and created the keywordluv_name() function to help people who have incompatible themes

1.0 (30th March 2008)

  • Initial Release

Requires: 2.8.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.3
Last Updated: 2014-1-2
Downloads: 9,517

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