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Multisite Question

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#1 Guest_John_*

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Posted 08 January 2013 - 03:28 PM

This might be the ultimate thing I have been looking for. In my multisite we have only allowed the different blog owners to comment on each other posts, i.e: no external comments. But the useres are longing for an option to edit their own comments for a short while, after posting them. If I install this plugin I need to be sure that my users don't mess with all the other options you have made available, these options would be great for superadmin, but I doubt it would be such a smart thing to offer to the different blog owners.

Is it possible to set the options in such a way that the only extra button for the users would be "edit"? While superadmin has the opportunity to move and delete comments?

And.. do this plugin interfere seriously with any wordpress tables - especially user role tables/rows?

#2 Elise Alley

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 03:41 PM

Hi John,

Unless they have access to the site's dashboard, they will only have the option to edit their name, email address, url and the comment itself.  So only the information that they provided.

This plugin shouldn't interfere with any of the WordPress tables.

Let us know if you have any additional questions.

Thanks,

Elise