subscribe to articles comments
glg_subscribe_comments allows your visitors to subscribe to the discussion of an article.
It add a checkbox below the comment form. If the visitor check it when he comments, he will receive a notification every time a new comment is posted.
The plugin works well if you have the moderate_comments preference...
Output special class name on admin comments
What does it do?
Renders classname if commentator’s e-mail matches your parameter.
<txp:gva_commentclass authormail="firstname.lastname@example.org" />
Use only within “comments” form.
authorcomment or nothing at...
Email subscription to comment
Subscribe to comments via email
- Someone writes a comment filing out their email
- They receive immediately a confirmation with a link that directly subscribes to future comment for that article
- Each time a new comment is posted they will receive an email notifying them about the new post and offering them a link for unsubscription.
Thats it, easy subscription, and easy unsubscription.
Kills Spam with a hidden Input-Field and checks for BBCode
htn_antispam is a simple plugin to prevent your textpattern blog from spamattacks. The plugin generates a inputfield in your commentform, which should be hidden through css, so most of your visitors will not recognize it anyway.
The plugin checks this field when a comment has been send. If the field is not empty (it should be empty if...
Akismet integration for Textpattern
Akismet Plugin for Textpattern. Note: This plugin does not make use of the reporting Spam / Ham features that the included class allows. It merely checks the comment against the Akismet database. These features may be added, if there is sufficient interest, or if someone wants to take this task on...
Display recent comments
Fine, textpattern has already provided a recent comments tag. But someone love it and someone hate it. And it indeed is not so powerful enough. So, this thing was born.
- class: css class, default is wyn_recent_comments
- wraptag: tag of wrap, default is ul
- break: tag of every item, default is li
- label: title label, default is nothing
Comment Sofa plugin
It can generate a cloud or a list for commenters who commented the most. OR generate them for users who got the sofa (first comment to a post) most :D
- 0.3 : Add Restrict SOFA mode, which generator a cloud or a list for the users who got sofa (the first one who comment...
Implementation of reCAPTCHA for TextPattern
This plugin implements reCAPTCHA for TextPattern comments. When a visitor submits a comment they’ll have to solve a reCAPTCHA on the comments preview. If the preview is not solved after the maximum number of attempts, then the comment is sent to the comment moderation queue.
htn_comment_count is a plugin for counting comments, articles, discussions.
htn_comment_count allows you to show the total number of all comments, your discussions and articles. The plugin also has some basic filter-functions.
htn_comment_count_user can output the number of comments of a single user.
Apply automatic Textile markup on comments
wet_commentmagic changes all parts of a comment which might be decipherable as a web address into clickable links, and thus safes visitors from diving into the thicket of Textile’s syntax.
an7_comments allows you to use customizable comment counts and global popup comment invitations, includes modal overlay support
Comments via RSS & Atom
This plugin extends Textpattern’s RSS & Atom functionality to allow for sitewide, section, category, or article comments feeds. It works exactly like normal feed urls and utilizes the “area” querystring variable, i.e.
area=comments. The usage of other modifiers, such as...
lists recent comments
wet_recent_comments is a Textpattern plugin which lists recent comments, both per article and site wide.
It is a single tag which lists a limited amount of the most recent comments, optionally including the comment message. It is context sensitive: When wet_recent_comments is used in a page template, comments are taken from all articles, while in an article form comments are specifically chosen from the ones concerning the current article.