After The Deadline For Comments

Plugin: After The Deadline For Comments
Version: 1.0
Last updated: 4 years ago.
Downloaded: 2,225 times.

Overview

After The Deadline is a free proofreading system that lets writers check their spelling, grammar, word choices, etc. Commenters on posts should be able to do the same, I feel.

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Requirements

WordPress 3.0 or higher.

Features

  • Puts a spell check button below the comments form box.
  • Javascript based, so no reloading or anything like that.

Installation Instructions

  1. Upload the files to the `/wp-content/plugins/atd-for-comments/` directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.

Licensing

This plugin is licensed under the GPL Version 2 only.

Method to get support

You are free to email me, however I am also a moderator at the WordPress.org support forums, so you’ll find me there as well.

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6 Comments

  1. I installed the AtD plugin a couple of weeks ago and I was wondering why it hadn’t been implemented in comments yet. Thanks for addressing that need!

    One thing I notice is that there are two ABC/check icons, one in the comment textfield (bottom right corner) and the other right below it – is that intentional? I’m using the latest beta version of Chrome on Win7 if that makes any difference.

  2. [...] “After the deadline for comments” which, should you choose to use it, will proof-read your comment for you. To use it, after typing your comment, look for the “ABC” icon with a green check icon below a comment near the “submit” button. Click, read the suggestions. Make whatever changes you wish to make. [...]

  3. [...] "After the deadline for comments" which, should you choose to use it, will proof-read your comment for you. To use it, after typing your comment, look for the "ABC" icon with a green check icon below a comment near the "submit" button. Click, read the suggestions. Make whatever changes you wish to make. [...]

  4. hi otto !

    Is there a possibility to move the button of this plugin from below the comment box and embed it on MCEComments editor ?

    awaiting for your response

    thanks :)

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