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I recently added the PW Comments module to a site. Right now I have it set up to moderate all comments. I have Akismet turned on and the Akismet key entered.
Today I received a comment with probably 50 links in it. I'm wondering why such an obvious spam comment wasn't flagged immediately as spam.
Is there anything I can do to tighten things down to weed out obvious spam?
I'm working on the threaded comments on my website and for this I need to include the comments.js
When I do this it keeps on giving me the "Uncaught ReferenceRrror: jQuery is not defined". Whatever I do it keeps giving me this error message.
I am running a page template that contains a filter form that allows users to display results based on number of comments.
Here is what I am thinking about doing:
-add new field called total_comments
-somehow populate this field every time a new comment is added or removed by admin with count($page->comments)
-use form filter to display results that the selector form has found.
Example: $selector = “total_comments>=$q”;
My question to everyone: Is this a good approach? If so how do I get another field to update based on the comment module adding or removing a comment?
I need to add a checkbox to the comments form to make it GDPR compliant and I guess I'm not the only one...
Doing a search and looking at the FieldTypeComments module file it seems that the only way to add custom fields to the form is by copying the module to site/modules and apply the changes there.
I am just wondering why the comment form is not driven by the PW form API and also why none of the methods in that module are hookable?
Would be much appreciated if you could share your approaches on handling this.