Inline Comments adds your comment system to the side of paragraphs and other sections (like headlines and images) of your post.
Great job!... Especially for static documents where no additional edits/revisions will ever be made.
However, if changes are introduced into a document, a comment thread previously attached to a particular paragraph will be 'moved' to a different paragraph. This is assuming the selector chosen is p(aragraph).
I can imagine it to be a tricky piece of coding to make comment threads stick to the original paragraph/content they were attached to, but I wonder if this is something that's been considered before and is needed by others?
First the inline comments don't appear. Second, all comments across the blog end up to linked to a single post.
In other words, broken.
Also, similar issues have been raised in the forum, but support is not provided anymore.
Great Plugin works 100%.
this is a really great plugin
Recent addition of comment 'Reference' link really improves usability.
I've tried Livefyre Sidenotes, as I love the way Medium displays comments. Given I chose my theme because of its similarity to Medium, I wanted a similar comment system, but Livefyre Sidenotes had some quirks to work out.
This plugin is perfect. Clean, intuitive, still unobtrusive, and some great back-end options for really styling to your own preference. Oh, and great support from the developer too - a win all round!
Great plugin with great support. I've install it and encounter some problem. But the author help me solved it well in very short time :D
Good customizable plugin. On click comments can be displayed right of the referenced paragrahs. That is very helpfull, to discuss long posts and pages. Thanks to Kevin Weber. Very good and fast support :-)
I've been looking for something like this for months. Its perfect, author is very responsive to questions.
Awesome, amazing, excellent plugin, easy to use, great UI. And, most of all, SUPERB and very fast support from plugin creator. You will apreciate it.