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#1 Guest_Kim_*

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Posted 06 December 2011 - 01:34 PM

Hello. I'm very interested in your Ajax Edit Comments plugin, but I need few questions answered before I make the purchase. The reason why I want this plugin is to allow my site visitors to comment without having to reload the page every time they comment. It's a hassle on the part of the commenter and waste of bandwidth on my part.

Now, I tested it on your demo page but disappointingly I've found the page still reloads even with your plugin installed. I know it does spell check, allow edit, and some other extra features, but is it possible to allow comments be shown and made without having to reload the page like the default wordpess system? I mean, I thought the whole Ajax comment was supposed to be that.

Another question I have is why the demo has the word 'Comment' and the spell check graphic overlapping one another. Is that some sort of a bug? Also, is the Arras wordpress theme supported? I know for a fact that Arras has problems working with several plugins, but that's the theme I'm using.

Lastly, wordpress will soon be releasing the 3.3 update, will this plugin be updated? Once you purchase the plugin, how long will it be supported?

Thanks for your time.

#2 Guest_Kim_*

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Posted 06 December 2011 - 02:13 PM

I forgot to add one important question. Will the search engines be able to crawl the comments? I know some past ajax comment plugins had problems with allowing comments to be indexed and that's a big problem in terms of SEO.

#3 Guest_Lee Leslie_*

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Posted 09 December 2011 - 11:22 AM

We use Ajax Edit Comments on a few of our Wordpress sites. One of which (http://likethedew.com), I recently moved our commenting to Disqus. Before doing so, I read that it would still function, but it does not. Does it work with Disqus? If yes, any ideas on what could be causing it not to work?

#4 Ronald


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Posted 11 December 2011 - 05:31 PM

Hi @Guest_lee_leslie,

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#5 Bes Zain

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Posted 12 December 2011 - 11:16 AM

Hi Kim,

Thanks for posting this.

1 : Hmmmm, currently, Ajax Edit Comment focuses on comment enhancement, and not an ajax page refresh. Ajax Edit Comments works on the editing of the comments, as the name shows.

There are some other Ajax comment refresh related plugins which allow you to do that ( on www.wordpress.org ).

2 : The overlap of the spell check graphic and the Comment is just the styling of that actual theme. It's not a bug (since it works on so many other sites).

3 : AEC aims to work on any theme, and has some theme compatibility options. If AEC doesn't work on some theme by default, those options can be modified to try and get the output to be shown. If that still doesn't work, we can file a bug report and work on it as soon as possible.

4 : You will be provided support for the plugin as long as your plugin membership is active. Is that what you meant to ask regarding the WP 3.3 update?