• 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…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Ajax Edit Comments 2.3.7.0 released

    Ronald has been quick at pushing through three updates to Ajax Edit Comments in the past week. WP 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 following are the changes in the three updates. 2.3.7.0 Fixed a “delink” bug where the option is still available after the comment has been delinked. 2.3.6.0 Added an advanced view to the admin’s edit panel. It allows date editing, and allows you to mark a comment from the edit panel. You can turn off this feature using the admin panel under the…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    Updated Plugin: WP Ajax Edit Comments

    I’ve just released a minor update to WP Ajax Edit Comments. WP 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. This update adds a much requested feature, viz. the ability to disable AEC on WordPress static pages. By default this has been enabled. You can head over to the options page in WP-Admin and turn it off if you want to. On other counts, I am looking for icons for AEC. Currently, Ajax Edit Comments 2.0 makes use of the Circular Icons set by Ben Gillbanks. I intend to…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    WP Ajax Edit Comments 2.3.0.0 released

    Ronald has just uploaded a new version of the highly popular WP Ajax Edit Comments. This version once again enables comments in the moderation queue to be edited. This has been a much requested feature that we have received and so it’s been turned on once again. In a later version we’ll provide an option in WP-Admin to control this behavior on a site basis. A few other minor changes have been done for better compatibility with other plugins (hopefully). So, grab a copy of the plugin while it is still hot. Current users will be able to upgrade seamlessly from within WP-Admin itself. Are you interested in becoming a…

  • Plugins,  WordPress

    WP Ajax Edit Comments – New Author

    When Jeff over at WordPress Tavern posted that Ronald has been hunting for a developer to take over his Ajax Edit Comments, I jumped at the opportunity. Ronald was quick to respond to my email and over the past week has been patiently sending me flow diagrams of how the PHP and the JavaScript in the plugin works, in addition to other correspondence, bug fixes and other feature request emails that he had received. The present and the future WP Ajax Edit Comments is a highly popular and more complicated than my other plugins. I’m currently in the process of studying all the material that Ronald sent me along with…

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