• Plugins,  WordPress

    New Year’s Special – Ajax Edit Comments at 87.5% discount

    For the next 24 hours, we are offering new and existing users a fantastic discount on Ajax Edit Comments. You can sign up for the unlimited plan worth $200 for only $25. When subscribing, all you need to do is use the coupon code HAPPYNEWYEAR. For existing subscribers wishing to upgrade, go ahead and purchase the new option and send us an e-mail with your affiliate ID and your PayPal transaction ID of your unlimited-option purchase. We’ll get you sorted out from there. Remember the coupon will be valid for 24 hours, so please act quickly.

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    AjaxEditComments.com is open for Business

    Downloaded over 180,000 times, Ajax Edit Comments is the most powerful and feature-packed comment editing solution for WordPress. It is used (albeit with modified versions) on very prominent websites such as Smashing Magazine and TechCrunch. In March 2009, I took over the development of AEC from Ronald, the original author. After a few months of development, or lack thereof, Ronald returned as co-author of this highly popular plugin. Since its birth in 2007, AEC has been available for free and the current version available via the WordPress repository is 3.1. This is the last available version available for free. AEC has survived till date on a donation business model basis.…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments bug-fix release v3.02

    Ronald just released v3.02 of Ajax Edit Comments. This is a bug-fix release that addresses two bugs. Fixed bug in themes where comments overlapped. Adding a tag fixed the issue Fixed a bug where timestamps weren’t being added to the feed properly. This issue has been fixed by checking if the content is a feed. If it is, the plugin won’t load Read more about AEC or download the latest version.

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments – A major upgrade

    Last week Ronald released a major upgrade to the super-famous Ajax Edit Comments. Some of the new features include: New pop-up box. Uses Colorbox instead of Thickbox. The result should be much faster performance New “undo” function for most editing options New Comment Blacklist feature New Icon Themes feature to select different icon sets New dropdown box to de-clutter the admin editing options Tighter admin integration when editing comment options Numerous style fixes for better theme integration Increased security with better use of nonces Also, check out the video below of the new admin features. It runs for a little over five minutes, but it will give you an idea…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments updated – Fixes IE bug

    Ronald just updated Ajax Edit Comments to fix the really troublesome IE bug where the window just refused to close. You can update it from within WP-Admin directly or download it from the repository. Ajax Edit Comments allows users and admins to edit comments on a post. Users can edit their own comments for a limited time, while admins can edit all comments. The plugin has been tested on WordPress 2.8.5 as well. I have it running out here. If you notice any bugs, please report the same in the forum.

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments security fix

    I recently uploaded a fix for WP Ajax Edit Comments which is a mandatory upgrade. Allows users and admins to edit comments on a post. Users can edit their own comments for a limited time, while admins can edit all comments. Rene recently reported a security bug with AEC, where posted content wasn’t being filtered appropriately. I have since uploaded a fix for the plugin and it is highly recommended that you upgrade the plugin asap. You can upgrade quickly and easily from within your WordPress admin area itself.

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments now with Move Comments feature

    Ronald has been working to make your favorite plugin even better. After the release last week which added support for deletion requests from your visitors, a brand new feature that allows the admin to move their comments from one post to another. When you are viewing a post, you can hit the Move button. You have three options of finding the post you want to move the comment to. One of them is to Move by Title, the other is Move by ID and the last is Move by Post. The Move by Title allows you to search the titles of the posts and then select the post you want…

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