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Email Mentioned

Description

This ultra light-weight plugin send a customizable notification email to each user/author mentioned in a comment.

Mentions: A mention is an username preceded by the mention qualifier.

Username: This plugin will look for the username in display_names and logins. Multiple authors could be mentioned in a comment.

Qualifier: Can be a character but also a string.
The default qualifier is ‘@’ to work as in Twitter, but it could be changed via admin menu to be ‘#’ or even an string like ‘Mention:’ .

Email:

The email can be customized to include or not the whole comment in wich the mention is.
The email can be customized to add a reference to the mentioner profile at the site.
It is also possible to define email header and footer.
The email can include the URl to the comment in which he/she was mentioned

I18N:

This plugin is I18N (es_ES, en_US, fr_FR)
Any help with translations will be nice!

Screenshots

  • Admin Menu (EN) showing customization options.
  • Admin Menu (ES) showing customization options.

Installation

  1. Unload plugin, unzip it to /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Go to plugins Tab and activate it.
  3. Customize it in email-mentioned tab.

FAQ

Could I see an example webpage using this plugin

Yes, feel free to cocreate at eseeusee.com

Could I use strings as mentions qualifier/prefix?

Yes.

Contributors & Developers

“Email Mentioned” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “Email Mentioned” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.0

  • First version
  • Langs: EN, ES, FR

1.01

  • Little bugs fixed
  • Optimized DB queries
  • Added comments on code

1.1

  • Fixed bug
  • Look for the user name in display_name and login

1.11

  • Sanitized POST values for admin options form