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￭ A WordPress.com comment and trackback antispam service for LifeType.
This plugin will add the following hooks to the lifeType_comment_data action.
• lifeType_comment_data_init. This will run every time a comment is processed. It will be passed the comment to process in an array. The comment array will contain a dpm() for each content_type the comment is associated with. It will contain a get_content_type_name() for each content_type.
• lifeType_comment_data_process. This will run every time a comment is processed. It will be passed the comment to process in an array. The comment array will contain a dpm() for each content_type the comment is associated with. It will contain a get_content_type_name() for each content_type.
• lifeType_comment_data_finish. This will run every time a comment is processed. It will be passed the comment to process in an array. The comment array will contain a dpm() for each content_type the comment is associated with. It will contain a get_content_type_name() for each content_type.
Note:This will only work if you have the Modules plugin enabled.
Why do I need this plugin?
You may be aware that some spam comments in your lifeType site are blocked. You have no idea how these comments get in. They could be coming from trusted users, or they could be coming from third-party services.
This plugin will scan for those unblocked comments, but what about the ones that are already in your database? You have no idea if they are spam or not.
Akismet Full Crack is a comment and trackback spam service that works like a charm. As well as providing filtering for comments and trackbacks you can also add your site to their web service to automatically catch spam. They offer a $25 lifetime license, and it’s free to join as a test account.
Note that Akismet does not currently support custom content types. You will need to place this information into your database.
How do I add the API key to my WordPress.com website?
If you have a website hosted on WordPress.com you will need to go to your “manage.php” file and edit the following code in the “head” of the file
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KeyMacro is a plugin that allows keystrokes to be recorded in a database.
The user can then replay those keystrokes with macros.
￭ Recording Keyboard (keystrokes)
￭ Playback Keyboard (keystrokes)
￭ Macro Recording and playback
￭ Real-Time visual feedback (speech bubbles)
￭ In-line player for playback
￭ Allows for recording shortcodes (function names)
￭ Allows for recording pages as macros (shortcodes)
￭ In-line playback of macros
￭ Real-Time visual feedback (speech bubbles)
￭ Support for versions 2.0.1, 2.0.3, and 2.0.4
KEYMACRO is a commercial plugin that requires a license. A license is free for individuals and $49/year for business accounts.
￭ The plugin can be installed with the Dashboard (or using the Plugin
> Install (Manual) option).
￭ Add the following line to your wp-config.php file:
￭ KEYMACRO is known to conflict with other plugins on WP; check to make sure
that you don’t have another plugin that is doing something similar.
1. Download and extract the plugin archive.
2. Move the unpacked plugin folder into your /wp-content/plugins directory.
3. Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” screen in your Dashboard.
Please see the above FAQ for more information.
To remove the plugin:
Deactivate the plugin through the “Plugins” screen in your Dashboard.
DEFAULT CONFIGURATION (Recommended)
1. Change your
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There is a hidden setting in the admin panel which controls the behaviour of the plugin. (You may need to log in as a super-user to access it). It is an “update option”.
If the option is “only latest”, the plugin will be updated on the server when it is downloaded via the WP Admin page. It will NOT update on the client unless you go to the plugin settings and check the option to “update after every new install”.
If the option is “once per day” or “once per week” then the plugin will be updated on the server when it is downloaded via the WP Admin page. It will check if there is a newer version when it starts up and, if it is, it will download the new version and compare it with the old version. The plugin will only update on the client if you go to the plugin settings and check the option to “update after every new install”.
If the option is “never” then the plugin will NEVER update on the server unless you go to the plugin settings and check the option to “update after every new install”.
There is no option that is a “best of both worlds” situation. If you use the plugin, it WILL check for a newer version. It will NOT always update. Only if you go to the plugin settings and check the “update after every new install” option.
OK, I have to admit I don’t know anything about the plugin. I’m just trying to understand the various options and their meanings. Can someone explain?
You’re on the right track. The options are as follows:
never – will NEVER check the plugin for an update
once per day – checks once per day
once per week – checks once per week
When the plugin is installed, it sets its own values for the options to one of those
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This plugin adds functionality to the WordPress comment form. The plugin adds the possibility of posting comments via the lifeType API.
￭ API key: If you have an API key for your WordPress.com account you can use this option to identify your comment. It is recommended that you replace the default Test with your API key.
￭ Post Comment URL: If you have an SSL secured URL you can use this option to post your comment using the URL as the form URL.
￭ Comment Form Name: If you want to change the name of the form element that is added to the comment form (default: ‘comment_form’)
￭ Comment Form ID: If you want to change the ID of the form element that is added to the comment form (default: ‘comment_form’)
￭ Comment Url: If you want to change the URL of the comment form you can use this option (default: ”, ie. to use the current form)
￭ Comment_Parent_ID: If you want to change the ID of the parent comment for your comment form you can use this option (default: ‘0’, ie. to create a new comment)
￭ A WordPress.com account is required in order to use the API. You can get an API key by going to and following the instructions.
￭ To use the API you will need to have enabled it in your WordPress.com account. To enable it go to and select ‘Default Settings’ in the WordPress.com settings box.
￭ If you are using a URL as the form action you will also need to enable the secret form key to enable the API.
Some information about the author:
I am a web developer living in Sheffield, England. I have been developing websites since 2001. My favourite technology is PHP and my favourite CMS is WordPress.
I like designing and developing websites and have found blogging to be a great way to share my thoughts with the world. I have a portfolio of work available at
I am also the author of LifeType, a popular WordPress plugin that allows you to add your blog to your website.
I am the Webmaster of Life.Type, a LifeType user group on WordPress.com and my other projects are the following:
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System Requirements For Akismet:
OS: Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 (32-bit or 64-bit).
Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo
Memory: 1 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 9.0 compatible with 256MB of video memory
Hard Drive: 10 GB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0 compatible sound card
Screen Resolution: 1024×768 or greater
Additional Notes: Keyboard and mouse must be connected to the computer
USB Ports: USB 2.0 or