Ajax Edit Comments, New Features Added

A few days ago I reviewed Ajax Edit Comments for WordPress and I really liked what I saw. Since that time the plugin developer Ronald Huereca has stopped by, listened to what people had to say, left a comment explaining his choices, and then promptly released his next version for evaluation. The new Ajax Edit Comments 2.1 Pre-Release Candidate is out and ready to be tested.

If you’re a WordPress blogger, I highly recommend installing this plugin to ease and simplify comment editing for both site administrators and site visitors. Plus if you try AEC RC 2.1 right now, there’s a pretty good chance that your reasonable feature request will make it into the next version of the plugin.

Give it a try, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

4 Responses to “Ajax Edit Comments, New Features Added”

  1. Thanks, Pixelwit, I’ll do that!

  2. Pixelwit says:

    @Lulu Barbarian, I’m experiencing a similar problem that might be related to yours. I’ve contacted the plugin’s author using the Support Contact Form, you could give that a try.

  3. I’ve installed this plug-in, and it works fine for me when I’m logged in as an administrator. But when I log out and post a comment the editing capability is not there. It’s as though the plug-in doesn’t exist.

    I’ve made sure that “Allow Anyone to Edit Their Own Comments?” is marked “Yes” and I’ve given them 30 minutes as you suggested.

    Am I missing something?

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