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This plugin quite simply lets you know where the users entered your site when they leave a comment. A lot of people who joined the do-follow movement are listed on sites which are a target for comment spammers. To those who suffer comment spam can now find out the page they come from, and block accordingly.

This plugin uses a cookie to track the commenter, so if the user hits the first page first, they will still be tracked.


  1. Upload the incomment.php file to the “wp-content/plugins” directory
  2. Activate the plugin in WordPress’ “Plugins” menu (in the “wp-admin”)

Contributors & Developers

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

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0.4 (10/01/11)

  • Included the “No Referrer” details within the email, rather than a link.

0.3 (27/12/09)

  • Fixed a Regex expression within the page so that prevented the plugin working with certain domains.

0.2 (12/12/09)

  • Fix small vulnerability within the plugin.

0.1 (29/11/09)

  • Plugin Released