My CommentLuv Plugin Is Working Again

by Klaus on September 21, 2009

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Last week I found out that my CommentLuv plugin was broken, today I found the culprit and the problem has been fixed, so you can now use CommentLuv again here on to promote your latest blog posts and receive some link love 🙂

The problem was some javascript code from Chitika that would insert a few in-text link ads into my posts, which I have been testing out for a few days. It didn’t really give anything, so I removed it and for now I’m going to stick with the Chitika ad that only displays a relevant ad for visitors coming from search engine results.

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Karen @ Blazing Minds September 21, 2009 at 11:25

I had a problem with my CommentLuv plugin some time back, but it wasn’t anything to do with my side it was on the ComLuv website, for some reason my RSS feed address had changed, so I had to correct it, but I’m glad you figured it out and got it working again 😉
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Klaus @ TechPatio September 21, 2009 at 11:29

Too many things can go wrong with technology nowadays 😀
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Greg Ellison September 21, 2009 at 12:14

I am glade that you found the culprit and it is now working. Greg Ellison
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ZXT September 21, 2009 at 17:30

Glad to know your ComLuv is working as normal again.
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Asswass September 21, 2009 at 22:37

Hey Klaus, I’ve been having trouble with Comment Luv from a while back but I still don’t have the solution.


Klaus @ TechPatio September 22, 2009 at 07:41

Hi Asswass. Well in my case it was a tiny bit of code from Chitika that did it, as mentioned above in my posts, so I think that just goes to show that a long of things can go wrong when integrating different plugins and codes. You probably only have trial and error as a mean of figuring out what’s causing CommentLuv not to work on your site.


sham September 22, 2009 at 13:55

In blog too i faced this pro..Then i installed latest version of the plugin after tat its working fine..
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Extreme John September 22, 2009 at 19:53

Ahh this is great news, I saw yesterday that I needed to update my Comment Luv plugin. Got that taken care of and now im on the move and it’s nice to see you rockin with it over here again.
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Evan Kline September 23, 2009 at 16:08

I’m glad it is working. You and Christie over at MiscBytes have inspired me to take the plunge, and install CommentLuv on my site. I like it so far- it really seems to inspire a community feeling where I’ve seen it in use.


Klaus @ TechPatio September 23, 2009 at 17:33

That’s great news, that you’ve installed CommentLuv too… now I must move the 40Tech RSS feed into a different category so I can check it more often a long with my other favorite CommentLuv enabled blogs 🙂
.-= Klaus @ TechPatio´s last blog ..Comment & Win $100 Each Month – Contest At TechZoomin =-.


Evan Kline September 23, 2009 at 19:16

One other thing I like about your site is how you have not only a “notify me of new comments” checkbox, but also a “notify me when someone replies directly to my comment box.” Is the latter a WordPress plugin?
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Klaus @ TechPatio September 24, 2009 at 10:36

It’s the plugin called “Comment Reply Notification” and the other one is “Subscribe to comments.” I just modified them a bit, as they both had pretty much the same text, something ilke “Notify me of followup comments to this post”, and the other one had “follow-up”, so they were basically the same, even though they didn’t do the same.

I hate the fact that “subscribe to comments” e-mails you once for every single new comment added after yours. So I wanted something to make sure people would receive an email when somebody *replies to _their_ comment*.


Steve Yu September 25, 2009 at 12:02

I used CommentLuv plug not long ago. But decided to remove it because the plug stop functioning. I couldn’t find out the problem, so I removed it. In the meantime, I might want to re-install this plug, seeing that not much conversation taking place on my blog.
.-= Steve Yu´s last blog ..How to Stop Displaying Quiz and Application Notification Messages on Facebook Wall? =-.


Klaus @ TechPatio September 25, 2009 at 12:05

It takes a bit of trial & error to figure out what makes a plugin stop working – but at least you could try to just re-install it and see if it works. It might.


reparatii iphone March 21, 2011 at 17:39

Re-installing is the best choice. Bugs appears all the time, anyway.



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