Support » Plugins » [Plugin: WP Ajax Edit Comments] What is De-Link?

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  • Evidently it’s a broken feature. I tried to use it twice and all it did was take me to a blank page. It’s supposed to delink a commentator’s URL, which is useful for those who want to let a comment stand but think the commenter was just just spamming a backlink in.


    Thanks for the explanation.

    I’ve tested out delink on several wp 2.6 blogs with no issues. Are you by chance getting a JavaScript error right before transitioning to the blank page?

    I checked out your site, but since it’s an admin feature, there’s nothing I can test from my end.

    Thanks for checking Ron,

    I don’t get any PHP or javascript errors, all that happens when I click the Delink is that it takes me to a blank page with a url string like: plugins/wp-ajax-edit-comments/php/AjaxEditComments.php?action=delinkcomment&p=1022&c=2839&_wpnonce=dde5cbf853

    This happens whether I do it from the admin or from the comments section on the blog. Weird. =\

    Same issue for me when I delete a comment from the comments section (not admin page). Redirects to a blank page. AEC

    For those having JS issues, I reverted back to jQuery 1.2.3 (again) for the time being.

    Any feedback on if this helps is appreciated.

    Worked as well for me! I did notice you can’t tell if it’s been delinked though until you refresh the page, though I’m guessing this is just how it operates, and not an actual bug.


    Yeah, that was a design decision I had to make: how to tell when the comment has been de-linked. I decided to keep it simple and remove the “de-link” option if it’s successful. If it’s not, then an alert box shows.


    If you’re still having issues, please submit a support request so I can e-mail you directly.

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