Tags: comments, subscription, email
Contributors: markjaquith, joen
Requires at least: 2.9
Tested up to: 4.3
Stable tag: 2.1.2
Subscribe to Comments allows commenters on an entry to subscribe to e-mail notifications for subsequent comments.
== Description ==
Subscribe to Comments is a robust plugin that enables commenters to sign up for e-mail notification of subsequent entries. The plugin includes a full-featured subscription manager that your commenters can use to unsubscribe to certain posts, block all notifications, or even change their notification e-mail address!
== Installation ==
1. Put subscribe-to-comments.php into [wordpress_dir]/wp-content/plugins/
2. Go into the WordPress admin interface and activate the plugin
3. Optional: if your WordPress theme doesn't have the comment_form hook, or if you would like to manually determine where in your comments form the subscribe checkbox appears, enter this where you would like it: ``
4. Optional: If you would like to enable users to subscribe to comments without having to first leave a comment, place this somewhere in your template, but make sure it is **outside the comments form**. A good place would be right after the ending `` tag for the comments form: ``
== Frequently Asked Questions ==
= How can I tell if it's working? =
1. Log out of WordPress
2. Leave a comment on an entry and check the comment subscription box, using an e-mail that is NOT the WP admin e-mail address or the e-mail address of the author of the post.
3. Leave a second comment using a different e-mail address than the one you used in step 2 (it can be a bogus address).
4. This should trigger a notification to the first address you used.
= I'd like the subscription checkbox to be checked by default. Can I do that? =
Not anymore. But the checkbox status will be remembered on a per-user basis.
= My subscription checkbox shows up in a strange place. How do I fix it? =
Try unchecking the CSS "clear" option. Beyond that, you're on your own with CSS positioning.
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