Extended Comments Widget

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Download: Extended Comments Widget
Version: 0.1
Supports: WordPress 2.9 – 3.1

Extended Comments Widget is a plugin that displays extended comment information in a widget… it’s good to be obvious!

Features include:

  • Supplement the standard comments widget with extended information
  • Configure how many comments are shown
  • Exclude certain authors from appearing in the list (for example, exclude yourself)
  • Fully localized

In action this looks like:

Installation

Installation is like any WordPress plugin:

  • Download extended-comments-widget.zip
  • Unzip
  • Upload extended-comments-widget directory to /wp-content/plugins on your server
  • Activate the plugin
  • Add widget to your site from Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets

You can find full details of installing a plugin on the plugin installation page.

Configuration

Configuration is the same as any widget – from the Widgets dashboard page, drag the widget to a sidebar and change the settings.

To ignore users just enter the user ID. You can specify multiple users by separating them with a comma. For example: 1,45,34

Support & Bugs

Support and feature requests should be made through the Extended Comments Widget support forum. You can contact me directly but I spend a very limited amount of time on direct support and you stand a better chance of being answered through the forum.

9 thoughts on “Extended Comments Widget”

  1. hi! great plugin! i would like to delete the “-” behind the comments. don’t find it in the php. can you please help me? thanks!
    flo

  2. Great plugin – I’d like to have the text left justified, and decrease the spacing between each comment… is this possible?

    Lance

  3. Hello Dear

    First i would like to thanks for nice plugin

    i added author thumbnail code with this plugin

    but photo not showing
    only default comment pic dislay

    can you help me
    here is code

    & here is site : http://goo.gl/boJdU

  4. I am running this plugin – extended comments widget, and I find that it does not link to the comment page, Instead it links to the post page.

    In blogs where there is point where a specified number of comments can be displayed per page, this widget does not work – and it links to the comment in the post page – where the comment may no longer exist.

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