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September 24th in Wordpress Plugins by .

In the past few months, we have covered plenty of cool plugins that let you add dynamic hotspots to your images. Have you ever wanted to let your visitors do so with their comments? Hotspots with Comments is just the plugin for the job. It allows anyone to click on your images and create a hotspot to add a comment.

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April 26th in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

Many WordPress webmasters have the comments section active on their pages. Sometimes, comments could take your visitors’ attention away from your content. Disabling comments is not always the best option either. Hide Show Comment is a handy plugin that lets you hide user comments and load them on demand.

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January 12th in Wordpress Plugins by .

We have all dealt with spammers in the past. Many of them leave comments full of spammy links, hoping for you to miss them. Depending on the type of community you run, you may also want to prevent your readers from leaving profanity-laced comments on your website. These plugins help you clean your comments and prevent spammers and bad apples from damaging your community:

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Remove links from comments: removes the website filed in your comments and also hides all comment author links. [click to continue…]

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December 1st in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

Content has always been king. But you are also going to need your readers to contribute to your site with comments and tips to grow faster. WordPress already has a fairly decent commenting system. Allowing your visitors to add images and videos to their comments can lead to better discussions and a higher user engagement rate for your site. Here are 3 WordPress plugins that let your visitors add videos and images to their comments:

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Comment Images: allows your readers to easily attach an image to their comment. It supports the most popular image formats. It notifies your visitors if their image is not allowed to be uploaded. [click to continue…]

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November 2nd in Wordpress Plugins by .

We have all dealt with WordPress search in the past. It might work fine when you are getting started. But you are going to need additional tools and scripts to offer the best search experience on your established website. Have you ever wanted to allow your visitors to search through comments on your site? These 3 comment search plugins have you covered:

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Relevanssi: a better search solution for WordPress. Replaces the default search with partial-match search and sorts results by relevance. You can search comments, tags, categories and custom fields. [click to continue…]

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July 28th in Wordpress Plugins, Wordpress Tips by .

Not every blog or portal gets a lot of comments. Building an active community takes time and effort. You could always give your visitors incentives to play a more active role and contribute to the discussions on your website. One way to do that is by displaying the top contributors to your site. Most Commenting Visitors is just the plugin for the job.

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May 17th in Wordpress Plugins by .

Getting a lot of comments on your blog is a big deal. Not everyone gets to pull that off. So it never hurts to thank your first time commenters via e-mail to not only show your appreciation for their feedback but also remind them to come back to your blog for more discussions. Of course, you do not want to do this manually if you get a ton of comments every day. Plugins such as Thank Me Later make doing this a whole lot easier.

Thank Me Later lets you thank people who have commented on your website. The message you send people is highly customizable. In fact, you can queue up multiple templates, give them a probability number, and let the script do the rest. Of course, you can use your messages to ask your commenters to come back to your website for more or subscribe to your website.

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