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Better Remembered Commenters

In common with most publishing systems, Textpattern helpfully offers to remember your details when you leave a comment. When you next visit, your details are already entered into the textboxes.

This is helpful, but it’s not particularly pretty, is it? It’s not really friendly either. Wouldn’t it be better if, instead of dull textboxes, TXP displayed a nice “Welcome back” message? Of course it would – and that’s what I’m going to show you how to do, today.

This is a hack, so first thing you should do, is back-up your /textpattern/publish/comments.php file.

Done? Ok then, let’s begin. I promise that this is easy-peasy – honest!

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Initially released:
February 2005
Posted here:
30 Mar 2005
Article modified:
26 Jan 2008

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Commented (2)

I wish there was a plugin to do this.

I prefer not to modify the core files.
The information link gives a 404…

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