WP Comment Remix adds a plethora of new options and features to WordPress.
For the readers WP Comment Remix adds a number of great features that you can turn on or off, but they include:
Reply Link You can add a Reply link to each comment, which, when clicked, adds "@OriginalPoster", and links it to the anchor of that comment. For instance, if Steve left comment #23, and you click the reply link for that comment, WP Comment Remix automatically adds:
<a href="#comment-23">@Steve</a> -
to the reply box.
Quote Link Clicking the Quote link has a similar action to the Reply link, but it adds the entire comment in a blockquote tag, including "<a href="#comment-23">Originally posted by Steve</a>"
Comment Ordering You can choose how you want to order the comments for your readers - By Author name or Date, and Ascending or Descending
Separate or Remove Trackbacks You can choose to separate the Trackbacks from the comments and move them to the bottom of the list, or remove them completely
Comment Tags Comment tags allow your readers (and you) to find comments more easily, instead of having to read through potentially hundreds of comments in a single post to find something specific
In the admin area WP Comment Remix also adds some awesome admin functionality for comments.
New 'In Need Of Reply' notifier WPCR adds a button, similar to the "Awaiting Moderation" button that shows up on the right hand side of the Comments menu link. The new button tells you how many comments are in need of a reply, and when clicked, takes you to a list of those comments
New Links In Comment Admin Area WPCR adds new links to each comment display: Edit, Reply, Quote, and Mark Replied
Added AJAX functionality on the Manage Posts page Now you can click on the comments image on the Manage Posts page and the comments for that post will drop down in the same window, so you can edit them right there!
Widgets WP Comment Remix also adds 4 powerful new widgets. All of the widgets enable you to set a display template, and use similar tokens to control that template.
Recent Comments Remix The recent comments remix widget allows you to control the look and feel of the display of recent comments. Also included is the ability to add gravatars to each recent comment displayed
Recent Trackbacks Remix We pulled the trackbacks from the recent comments control, and put them into their own widget, so you can effectively feature both on your sidebar.
Most Active Discussions This widget displays the most active discussions (posts with the highest comment counts) so you can wear your most popular posts like a badge of honor
Most Active Commenters Looking for a way to honor frequent commenters? Look no further. The most active commenters widget allows you to display your blog's top commenters proudly, as well as give them some love by linking their name to their site
Tokens Each of the widgets is template-enabled, which means you can easily tell the widget how you want things displayed. You simply enter HTML, with one or more of the tokens below in it:
Tokens available for Recent Comments and Recent Trackbacks * %ct - Comment title * %cd - Comment date * %g - Gravatar * %pt - Post title * %pu - Post url (the permalink) * %au - Author url * %an - Author name
Tokens available for Most Active Discussions * %pd - Post date * %pt - Post title * %pu - Post url (the permalink) * %c - Count
Tokens available for Most Active Commenters * %g - Gravatar * %au - Author url * %an - Author name * %c - Count
Template Examples: You use the tokens in place of data in the widget templates. For example, if you typed
<a href='%au'>%an</a> - %c Comments
into the Most Active Commenters widget template field, it would display something like this for each commenter:
<a href='http://pressography.com'>Jason DeVelvis</a> - 10 Comments
FAQ, Support, Screenshots, Help These can all be found at the plugin's page at Pressography: http://pressography.com/plugins/WP-Comment-Remix
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