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WordPress Comments Pagination Without a Plugin

WordPress Comments Pagination Without a Plugin

There is a possibility to create a pagination in WordPress comments without using any plugins. WordPress has a built-in function paginate_comments_links() for this, which is appeared in WordPress 2.7.

It works on the basis of the function for a pagination on archive pages (as you know, it also may work without a plugin), therefore very similar to it.

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WordPress Pagination Without a Plugin (WP-PageNavi alternative)

WordPress Pagination Without a Plugin (WP-PageNavi alternative)

Almost every blogger, who maintains a blog on WordPress, familiar with the WP-PageNavi plugin, which displays the pagination like on the image above.

But not everyone knows (including me until recently), what WordPress has a built-in function (starting from version 2.1) which implements virtually the same functional. And compared with the WP-PageNavi plugin this function very small in size.

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WordPress Trick: Detecting the Comment Authors, Subscribed to the Comments

WordPress Trick: Detecting the Comment Authors, Subscribed to the Comments

If you are the owner of at least one site on WordPress, it is quite possible that you’re already familiar with such popular plugin like Subscribe To Comments, which makes it possible to monitor new comments by email.

This plugin contains one interesting function, which may add a little bit of informativity for your site. It allows you to mark the commentators of your site who subscribed to comments.

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