Tag: Blog comments (Blog comment)

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How do I moderate comments from only certain members of my blog?

Next, return to the Advanced settings page and choose the Blog comment workflow option.

How can I turn off comments in a blog?

If you don't want to allow comments in a blog then you can very easily turn them off.

How can I automatically close blog posts to new comments after a period of time?

When a blog post has been published for a while, you may no longer be interested in people adding comments.

How can I limit the ability for people to post inappropriate language?

(Blog comments can not have attachments.)

How do I have new users default to the HTML editor for discussion messages and blog comments?

By default for new users Jiglu uses a simple plain text input method for users to enter discussion messages and blog comments.

Jiglu system configuration checklist

What you'll need to consider when configuring a new Jiglu system.

Jiglu blog administration quickstart

In a blog, comments, tags and members all use workflow.

How can I change whether the 'Flag' button appears under contributions

Jiglu has the ability for members of blogs and spaces to report inappropriate content to moderators by selecting a Flag button under a blog comment, discussion message or knowledge entry.

How do I allow content to be embedded from another site?

If an attempt is made to use embedded content from an unapproved site then the relevant HTML elements will be stripped from the discussion message, knowledge entry, blog post or blog comment.

How do I stop people using external media in content?

For extra security you may want to disallow all use of external images or other media in instant messages, discussion messages, knowledge entries, blog posts or blog comments.

System administration quickstart

Setting licence key A newly installed Jiglu system will allow up to ten users and ten groups of all types (blogs, monitors and spaces).

How does Jiglu support rights under the GDPR?

Blog posts, blog comments, discussion messages and knowledge entries have their main text parts as MIME email .eml format files named after the type of the contribution, its simple name and the part number.