Comment Images

Comment Images 1.12.0 Released

Earlier this week, I released a relatively significant update to Comment Images that introduced the ability to globally enable or disable comments on posts across the entire site.

Morpheus Comment Images

Seriously. What if I told you?

Since that release, I’ve received a couple of comments and several emails all of which were asking for a few minor improvements to the functionality so, late last night, I rolled out another relatively significant update to the plugin.

Comment Images 1.11.0 – Now Available

Last week, I had an interesting request for my Comment Images For WordPress plugin:

I wanted to make the default DISABLE so I could turn it ON on the ones I need it, instead of having to go through 200 posts and turn it OFF on 190 posts, that’s all. But if that’s not possible I understand.

Truth be told, this is a scenario that I’ve never thought of, but if you’re someone with a blog who has hundreds (or even thousands) of posts, then being able to disable or enable the feature across the board makes sense.

Comment Images 1.8 – A Major Update

Late last night, I released Comment Images 1.8 along with two smaller updates to resolve any outstanding issues (some of which were already reported by users – so thanks for that!).

Comment Images 1.8

Here’s a run down of everything that’s new in the last version of the plugin.

Comment Images 1.6

With the recent release of WordPress 3.5, I’ve spent some time updating my plugins to make sure they’re update to date with the latest version. Additionally, I’ve been trying to patch any outstanding bug, issues, and minor features before introducing anything new.

Comment Images generally receives more questions and comments than any of my other plugins, so prior to introducing any major new features, I wanted to resolve a few outstanding issues.

Here’s a run down of the latest update to Comment Images for WordPress.

Comment Images For WordPress 1.5

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Comment Images

Yesterday, I published another update to Comment Images For WordPress. This was a minor update, but it covered an issue that several users had contacted me about with regards to how images were rendering in their comment feed.

Comment Images For WordPress 1.4

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Comment Images For WordPress 1.4

I’ve received some great feedback from users who are using Comment Images For WordPress. Since its release, I’ve received a number of comments, emails, and quick notes about minor issues that users have had when using the plugin.

Yesterday, I officially released Comment Images For WordPress 1.4. You can grab a copy of it here, but here’s a run down of the changes that have happened since I first launched the plugin:

Building Comment Images For WordPress

When I shared some of my thoughts on building Single Post Message, I received some good feedback via Twitter and Email from others who enjoyed reading about the work that went into building the plugin.

Though my approach to this particular plugin is different than that of Single Post Message, I thought I’d do the same for this just to share a slightly different perspective.

So here’s how I went about building Comment Images for WordPress:

Comment Images For WordPress

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Comment Images For WordPress

Comment Images For WordPress is a plugin that – at the risk of sounding redundant! – allows readers to upload images to their comments.

Ultimately, it gives your community the ability to share a single image or illustration to support whatever they have to say.