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Comment Form

The Comment Form element will add a form to a page, allowing readers to post a comment.  The ability to post comments can be limited to users with a valid id and password, or can be available for anonymous comments.

Comments Element Parameters
  • useLink: set this to yes to display a link such as "Comments (24)" before displaying comments; set to no to display all comments by default.
  • requireLogin: yes or no indicates whether users should be required to log in to post comments
  • scuOnly: yes or no indicates whether (IF requireLogin is "yes") only Santa Clara Groupwise users should be allowed to post. If False, any users will be able to create an account and post.
  • notifyEmail: optional. If you would like to receive an email notification each time a comment is posted, enter your email here.
 
Brian said on Jun 30, 2008
This is a comment submitted by a user who hasn't logged in using a Groupwise id/password or self-generated login id.
Brian said on Jun 30, 2008
The Commonspot site administrator or page owner can delete posted comments by viewing the page in author mode and selecting individual comments to be removed.
Brian said on Jun 30, 2008
[quote]Quoting Brian, who commented: This is a comment submitted by a user who hasn't logged in using a Groupwise id/password or self-generated login id.[/quote]Users can click the "quote in reply" link to include a previously-posted comment along with a reply. In this example, I've included the text of the first comment.
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