"In-Context Comment" lets readers leave comments right next to the content being commented, instead of only at the bottom of the blog post
First make sure you have activated this plugin. You have complete control on where add "In-Context Comment" icons in each blog post using the following three commands: Add <in-context-comment:auto-on> anywhere in a blog post (in HTML edit mode) to turn on the function to automatically add an In-Context Comment icon at the end of each paragraph that is longer than a certain number of characters (see command below). The auto mode is on by default for all posts. You can use <in-context-comment:auto-off> to turn this function off in a post you don't want in context comments. <in-context-comment:block-size:N> where N is a positive integer, e.g., 350. When the auto mode is on, this command controls the minimum number of characters a paragraph must have for an In-Context Comment icon to be added at the end of the paragraph. This is to avoid adding icons to a very short paragraph. <in-context-comment:here:tag> where "tag" is any word or words connected by hyphen, e.g., first-comment. You can add this command at any place inside a post where you want readers to leave comments. This command works regardless whether the auto mode is on or off. When the auto mode is on, if you need to edit a post, in the HTML edit mode, you will see a command <in-context-comment:autotag> (where autotag is an auto generated tag for the icon) at the location of each In-Context Comment icon. You can cut and paste the command <in-context-comment:autotag> to move the comment to any place in the post. In the plugin's configuration page, you can turn on/off the auto mode and change the minimum block-size globally for all posts. The configuration here will apply to all posts unless you use the commands above to change it for an individual post.
Note: This plugin will only affect new posts you write after the installation.
Yes, a user needs to log in via OAuth using Facebook or Twitter. Their login credientials are with Facebook or Twitter. This plugin does not have access to users' password or other confidential information. The login is entirely handled by Facebook or Twitter. When a user grants the permission for this plugin to post to their Facebook or Twitter, this plugin submits the request to Facebook or Twitter, who verifies the permission and posts it to the user's wall or status updates.