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Universal DNN Comment Module - Comments+ v3.0

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As you know, we would like to make CommesntPlus as the cross-module & highlight comments solution based on DotNetNuke platform, in other word, it should be a universal comments/voting system to be integrated with across multiple different modules on a dnn site. So the generic comment system is one essiontial feature to be implemented. Contratulations, now it have been included from v3.0 building.  Let us go through new attractive features now.

Integrated DNN with Facebook comments

facebook-comments-dnnOne of our dnn module products - CommentsPlus is becoming more popular in the dnn environment recently but lots of clients requested more features. And one raised frequently is that it should be built with generic built-in comment system for DotNetNuke website but right now it just integrated with 3rd party comment engines, such as Disqus or Facebook comments. We would like to say sorry for all the clients if it made you confused even this awesome feature included in our roadmap. Meanwhile we will try our best to implement it as built-in comments for dnn as we promised. FYI, in future we will also integrated Google+ comments if it is available :)

Now I just would like to complete the tutorial for Facebook comments integration. Actually the configuration process is similar with Disqus section (Take a  look at it if you are not familiar with this process):

1) Enter the configure panel with the left-top action menu of current comments+ module.

2) Switch to Facebook comments with checking the option [Comment type] as "Facebook". Those options are so self-explained and easily configured;plus some notes below":

  • Application Key: it is "API Key" generated by your own application and requires you create it in the Facebook developer. And please refer to this recourse - How to get Facebook Api key.
  • Identifier key: It is part of the thread identifier key and will append to the "Identifier prefix" in the Disqus thread. In common letting it blank is all right. Meanwhile, it is more useful to integrate Comments+ with other 3rd party modules, for example, when integrating dnn core blog module you can fill in the query parameter "entryid" as the Identifier key, it will check out the query parameter in the load process. If not exist, the comment system will not show. So just visiting the post detail, the comments+ will work as expected.

3) Click "Update" to save the settings.

Congratulations. Now the Facebook comments system will work like a charm. :)

If you need any help or question please feel free to leave your advice or comments.

Getting Started with CommentsPlus

CommentsPlusAs you know, we released a new cross-module & highlight comments solution based on DotNetNuke platform a while ago. We hope to build a universal comments/voting system to be integrated with across multiple different modules on a dnn site. And this awesome module was announced as "Comments+". You may be interested in what sets Comments+ apart from other DNN comment modules, please visit the post Ultra DNN Comments System - CommentsPlus in details. Today we would like to show you how to get started with CommentsPlus. Until now, this module allows you to add the popular comments engine Disqus or Facebook in any page of your DotNetNuke website. So the tutorial will cover Disqus & Facebook section.

Ultra DNN Comment System - CommentsPlus

Ultra DNN Comments System - CommentsPlus

If you are focusing on our dnn products, you should know this new awesome module - comments+. We would like to make it as the cross-module & highlight comments solution based on DotNetNuke platform, in other word, it will be a universal comments/voting system to be integrated with across multiple different modules on a dnn site. Until now, this module allows you to very easily build generic comments and add the popular comments engine, such as Disqus & Facebook comments, in any page on your DotNetNuke website, and also attach it to a specific module on the page. Let us go through the super features in Comments+.

SunBlogNuke v4.7.5 Compatible with DotNetNuke 6

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I hope everyone is having a good morning! Today we are glad that SunBlogNuke v4.7.5 is available for free upgrade, which is compatible with new generation DotNetNuek 6. In this building we just introduced little updated but focus on some issues, such as supported IP field in the comment entity & integrated with Comments+ module seamlessly. As I mentioned in the last post - Important Fixed Version 4.7.2 for SunBlogNuke, in the upcoming v5.0 we will utilize lots of core APIs & awesome features introduced from DNN5+ & DNN6, such as Taxonomy. Hope making it much easier to build and maintain Web sites with our blogging product.

Major Highlights in v4.7.5:

  • ENH - Supported DotNetNuke 6.  (You can see how it action in our new launched website - http://dnnwave.com/Blog.aspx and it works like a charm with Excellent Interface.)
  • ENH - Supported IP field in the comment entity.
  • ENH - Integrated with Comments+ module seamlessly.
  • FIX - Performance issue of Content Slider Widget made website failure.
  • FIX - Metaweblog API not work with Posterous "Autopost" feature.  (Please refer to the tutorial - Autopost Posterous to SunBlogNuke)

You can get it here. Blog your way and enjoy life. :)

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