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ajw_if_comment_owner

Conditional output based on comparing the name, email, and/or url of the commenter. You could specify lists of known people and output a class of “friend” or “owner” or “whatever” based on their name. It’s also nice so that a stranger using the name of ‘Jon’ but using a different url or email than The ‘Jon’ won’t get confused. Intended usage is from within default comment form.

Requires:

  • 1.0RC3 (rev180 or greater)
  • If you are using Textpattern 1.0RC3 rev142 thru rev179, you will need to perform a one-line edit of /textpattern/publish/comment.php, as outlined in this Textpattern Forum thread (allows for plugin parsing in comments)

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2005-03-09
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14 Mar 2005
Article modified:
24 Jun 2005

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Commented (5)

Great plugin! Does something that is essential to the discussion process and does so in an intuitive and straightforward way! Thanks for that!
Nell:
This has been very helpful. It is very easy to use. Thank you Andrew!
Your odd/even plugin is excellent too.

Thanks für this Plugin.
no problems with txp 4.06!

I also want to thank mister Waer for this great plugin. I’ve been using this in my blog for months without any problems (works at least with versions 4.0.5 and 4.0.6). This is nice example on how a plugin can help to improve a Textpattern-powered website. :-)

I also want to thank mister Waer for this great plugin. I’ve been using this in my blog for months without any problems (works at least with versions 4.0.5 and 4.0.6). This is nice example on how a plugin can help to improve a Textpattern-powered website. :-)

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