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Error When Somebody Wants Add Comment

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#1 Guest_marius_*

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:46 AM


When someone wants add comments to my website and click Submit Comment it showing always error: "You send further comments too quickly. Slow down a little."
Even when I wait 5 minutes and try submit comments I've got same error. This error was show ahter when I install plugin Ajax Edit Comments. Please tell me why it happens ? Thx for reply.

#2 Elise Alley

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:38 AM

Hi Marius,

When having us debug an issue for you, please (always) provide us a link to look at.

Have you tried testing for a plugin conflict?  To do so, deactivate all plugins except for Ajax Edit Comments then test to see if works correctly.  If it does, reactivate your other plugins one at a time, testing Ajax Edit Comments each time to see which one is creating the conflict.

Give that a try and then let us know how it goes.