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jQuery Comment Links WordPress Plugin

Author: admin  |  Category: Blogging
Published: February 9, 2009

Description

jQuery Comment Links WordPress Plugin replaces comment author link and (or) links in comment text on jQuery links that will work (i.e. it will be possible to go on the specified site through these links) only in case when the JavaScript technology is enabled in a browser of the visitor of your site.

Requires WordPress version: 2.5 or higher.

When can this plugin might be useful:

  • If you want to reduce the number of external links on your site (for example, for any SEO reasons).
  • If you don’t want to refer to bad sites and you don’t have time and desire to check the links, which are left by the authors of comments.

Here is how it looks. For example, there is such a link on the name of comment author:

<a href='http://sitename.com' rel='external nofollow' class='url'>Comment Author Name</a>

After plugin activation this link will turn to the such:

<a href="#" class="jqcl" title="sitename.com" rel="nofollow">Comment Author Name</a>

This is jQuery link, that will work only if JavaScript technology is enabled in a browser of the visitor of your site.

Links to your site will not be replaced.

Download

jQuery Comment Links WordPress Plugin

Version: 0.1.1 | Last updated: 2009-1-21

Donation

If you enjoy this plugin, you can thank me and leave a small donation.

Installation

  1. Upload jquery-comment-links folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in admin interface of WordPress.
  3. If it is necessary, you should customize 2 options at the top of jquery-comment-links.php file.
  4. That’s all.

If nothing works

  1. Make sure that you use the appropriate version of WordPress, which is required for a plugin work.
  2. Make sure that the comments.php file of your theme has the following code:

    <?php do_action('comment_form', $post->ID); ?>

    If not, insert it before the </form> tag.

  3. If the first 2 points are not solved the problem, give details in comments to this post.

Version history

  • Version 0.1.1 (01.21.09): fixed bug: replacement was carried out, even if the comment author is not specified the link.
  • Version 0.1 (01.18.09): the initial version.

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