Documentation

Deeper Comments Documentation

Deeper Comments plugin is a revolutionary move in WordPress comment subject that will bring new experience for user which was never like this before. This is a free WordPress plugin which will be replaced for WordPress native commenting system. This plugin has the most modern design methods. It comes with complete set of commenting functions and features.

Installation

There are three ways to install Deeper Comments:

1. Installing it from within the dashboard. in this method, you need to search for the plugin first and when you found it you can then install and activate it.

2. Installing it by uploading the file from the dashboard. In this method, you need to get the plugin from the WordPress repository and then install and activate it by uploading the plugins file.

3. Installing it using the host. In this method, you need to upload the .Zip file downloaded from WordPress repository in the following directory of your website and then extract it in the same location – then you need to go to the WordPress dashboard and from the plugins menu activate the plugin.

After the installation is completed, you will notice two minor changes in the dashboard. A green button at the top right corner of the top bar which will direct you to Inappropriate Comments. And also the next change you’ll notice is having access to two new menus from dashboard itself. The second link will direct you to Deeper Comments Settings and the first on is the access to Inappropriate Comments.

Settings Guide

Settings are comprised of three main sections which are Discussion Settings / Login / RegisterComments Filter & Search and later on, we will talk about them in depth.

Discussion Settings

There are eight main tabs in this section and using them you can configure the main settings. The first menu is dedicated to Comment Setting which includes some options for the initial representation of the comments, and there you can configure features such as emoji, set the time constraint for editing a comment, member users comments – links for the comments and guest users comments. As you can see in the images below, the necessary description of each feature has been given just below their radio button.

Appearance Settings:
It enables you to see the admin bar in the comment section or see the date. Also, you can enable Show Most Recent Authors from here.

Inappropriate Comments:
It brings forth three options by which you can label the inappropriate content for both your guest and member users.

Social Share:
If you enable this option, you will allow users to share the comments.

Vote Option:
If you enable this option, the users can like/dislike comments. Also, you can set limits for both your guest/member users along with setting time constraints for voting.

Moderation:
You can use this section to filter sensitive words, and then according to your websites rules and regulations, you can set some prohibitions to disallow the usage of particular words so that they cannot be sent/received in comments. You need to separate them by commas.

Avatar:
The display of avatar is possible using in this menu.

Skin:
You can set the skins for Deeper Comments in this menu.

Login/Register

There are two sections in this menu, the first section includes

Login Register:
It allows you to have a fast register/login with its configurations and enable the term link here and set a page for it.

In the second section, there are the Recaptcha Settings which you have to get site key & Secret Key from Google for it so that the  Recaptcha activation can be done properly. Here is the reference link to Google Recaptcha: https://www.google.com/recaptcha/intro/v3.html

Comments Filter & Search

In this section, you can see two submenus of which the first is for search settings by which you can manage your comments based on their volume and then by creating search and filters you can set on to find your desired comment even much faster.

And the second menu is for configuring the number of comments to be displayed in each page. You can enable this, or it will be read by default from the discussion settings in WordPress itself.