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Comment Link Manager

Description

The CLM plugin allows wordpress admins to have more control over the links left by users who leave
comments on their blogs. Admins are provided with the ability to remove all author links from comments
unless the user has made an admin specified number of comments. You are also provided with the ability
to override that setting with whitelist and blacklist features. The full list of features provided by
the CLM plugin is below

Features

  • Enables admins to remove nofollow attribute from comment author links
  • Allows for optional removal of nofollow attribute from links left in the body of comments
  • Provides admins with the ability to open comment author and body links in a new browser window.
  • Provides ability for admins to require a specified number of comments before enabling comment author links
  • Has built in whitelist and blacklist functions to override general setting of required number of comments

Screenshots

  • Admin panel options page for comment link manager plugin

Installation

Installation of the comment link manager plugin is very straight forward.

  1. Upload comment-link-manager.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress Admin
  3. Use the Settings -> Comment Link Manager options page to enable desired features.

FAQ

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Contributors & Developers

“Comment Link Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

1.1

2011-11-14

  • Removed PHP Short tags
  • Changed from print() to echo
  • Fixed invalid use of _e function
  • Generally cleaned up code

1.0

2009-06-18

  • Initial Release