More than that, it checks if all fields filled correctly, and also makes sure to avoid comment duplication, and has flood protection capabilities as well.
Probably one of the best ways you could spice up your WordPress Blog with AJAX; readers love it! Must see for yourself.
This plugin works well in all major Web browsers, and uses discrete AJAX.
Ajax Comments known to work well, with Authimage plugin, but I rather suggest Akismet, as it is free for personal use.
* perfectly compliments any well-styled comment form design-don't design without it * best when moderation is off (seems more real-time) and AuthImage is installed (self-moderation is the best moderation)
I’ve discovered that AJAX Comments 2.0 stops working properly if you
have ShowOnFrontPage plugin (v0.3.1) installed.
And we got another report, that it also stops, when you have SpamKarma activated.
We are working on a solution.
- Open ajax-comments.php and uncomment lines: 92, 152, 153.
Open comments.php from your /themes directory and use the following code (mostly just the ids) for AuthImage to appear in your comments form:
<?php if ( !$user_ID ) : ?> <p><img id="auth-image" src="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-content/plugins/authimage/authimage-inc/image.veriword.php" alt="Verification Image" /></p> <p><label for="code">Word Verification (<a href="#" onclick="document.getElementById('auth-image').src+='?'+Math.random();return false" title="Generate another Captcha Word Verification image.">can't read it? try another!</a>)</label></p> <p>Please type the letters you see in the picture.</p> <p><input name="code" id="code" type="text" class="text" tabindex="5" /></p> <?php endif; ?>
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