Support » Plugin: Like Button Rating ♥ LikeBtn » Top comments!?

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  • Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    Thanks for your request. We are trying to find a solution.

    Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    1) Reinstall the plugin: http://wordpress.org/plugins/likebtn-like-button/

    2) Find the comments.php template of your current WordPress theme (for example: /wp-content/themes/twentytwelve/comments.php)

    3) Add the second parameter to all the calls of wp_list_comments function in comments.php:

    // Before
    // wp_list_comments( array( 'callback' => 'twentytwelve_comment', 'style' => 'ol' ));
    
    // After
    $comments_sorted = likebtn_comments_sorted_by_likes();
    wp_list_comments( array( 'callback' => 'twentytwelve_comment', 'style' => 'ol' ), $comments_sorted);

    Thank you!!!

    Is that only available for the Ultra Plan??

    Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    This feature is available for all the plans allowing to use Statistics API: PRO, VIP, ULTRA.

    http://likebtn.com/en/#plans_pricing

    so it’s not available on the free plan?

    Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    No. Not available.

    If i wanna show the button only for the registered user.. is it possible??

    Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    Yes. User “User authorization” option on “Buttons->Settings” page of the LikeBtn WordPress plugin.

    can you give any indication as to how computationally heavy (and how much of a % increase in render time) sorting comments by like tally is compared to regular sorting? Would it be very noticeable for a site with a comment count that varies between 80 and 500 comments per article, and a few thousand page views per post per day?

    Plugin Author LikeBtn

    (@likebtn)

    can you give any indication as to how computationally heavy (and how much of a % increase in render time) sorting comments by like tally is compared to regular sorting?

    “Likes” custom fields are being retrieved for comments.

    Would it be very noticeable for a site with a comment count that varies between 80 and 500 comments per article, and a few thousand page views per post per day?

    Maybe 1.2 times slower, it depends on your Database size and CPU.

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