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Hear No Evil

Description

Enable site administrator will have the ability to block or unblock the ability to comment, and comments themselves. Built from the start for multisite installations.

Features

  • removes the Leave a Comment form
  • prevent comments from displaying with the post, and with the recent comments widget

Roadmap

Some items planned for in the future:

  • Super Admin ability to globally block commenting and comments

If you have requests, then mosey on over to http://github.com/droppedbars/Hear-No-Evil and let me know.

Screenshots

  • Configuration settings for Hear No Evil, found under the "settings" menu.

Installation

  • Minimum tested/supported WordPress version: 3.7
  • Minimum tested PHP version: 5.3.28

Through your WordPress Installation

  1. Click ‘Plugins > Add New’
  2. Search for ‘Hear No Evil’
  3. Activate Brand Marker from your Plugins page
  4. Click ‘Settings > Hear No Evil’
  5. Enter in your brands that require trademark symbols, select the trademark symbol and click ‘Save Changes’

Through WordPress.org

  1. Download Hear No Evil
  2. Upload or copy the ‘Hear No Evil’ directory to your ‘/wp-content/plugins/’ directory using your preferred method
  3. Activate Hear No Evil from your Plugins page
  4. Click ‘Settings > Hear No Evil’
  5. Select what you want to block, ‘Save Changes’

FAQ

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Contributors & Developers

“Hear No Evil” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Changelog

0.1.2

  • Corrections to function names and readme to conform to WordPress standards.

0.1.0

  • Initial release. Support for admins to block comments on their sites.