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The following is a review written by Bes Zain of The Reader Appreciation Project. You can also follow Bes on twitter. Every now and then a book comes along that actually makes a difference in your life. The difference could be minute, and it could be vast too, depending on (more…)

In an interesting business move, Ajax Edit Comments is now offering a pricing plan for those that just want a functioning plugin without all the bells and whistles as well as support. Major point releases will require an extra charge. Think of this as the À la carte edition of (more…)

Unfortunately, I had to cut off about 15 minutes of the show because of audio problems associated with my connection to talkshoe through X-Lite which is usually very stable. The first 15 minutes explained my week of webhosting hell as well as the weird random issues I’ve been encountering but (more…)

I’ve finally had the chance to upgrade Ajax Edit Comments to 4.0 beta. This new version offers two new cool features. The first is that After The Deadline support is built right into the plugin. So regardless of whether site visitors are using the AtD FireFox extension, commenters will have (more…)

Earlier today, I checked out what’s been going on with my favorite comment editing plugin, Ajax Edit Comments and was pleased to see the addition of a particular new feature called Request Deletion. As of version 2.3.7.0, Ajax Edit Comments now provides the ability to allow or disallow anonymous users (more…)

One of my all time favorite plugins, Ajax Edit Comments recently undergone a minor update. AEC now enables the ability to disable the plugin on WordPress pages. By default, this is enabled. Considering I don’t have comments turned on for any pages on WPTavern.com with the exception of the Trivia (more…)

Ronald Huereca whom I thought fell off the earth contacted me via email the other day to let me know that he has ceased development of the awesome WP Ajax Edit Comments plugin. Development has ceased so that Ronald can concentrate on other projects. So with that in mind, Ronald (more…)