- This extension inserts a backlink to the developer.
* Advanced ACL system
* Antispam (CAPTCHA) and flood protection
* Multilanguage support (more then 20 languages)
* Smiles & BBCode support
* Easy migration from 3rd party components to JComments (50+ extensions!)
* Simple integration with 3rd party extensions (more than 40 extensions!)
* Joom!Fish support (separate comments for each language)
* E-mail subscriptions
* Quick moderation (from e-mails)
* Report to administrator
* Ban IP
* RSS feeds
* Automatic updates (require Joomla 1.7+)
Support avatars from 3rd party extensions
JComments Avatar plugin adds support avatars from Agora Forum, CommunityBuilder, ccBoard, Contacts, FireBoard, IDoBlog, JomSocial, JooBB Forum, JoomSuite User, K2, Kunena, iJoomla Magazine, Ninjaboard, phpBB3 (Blogomunity p8pbb bridge, JFusion bridge, RokBridge), vBulletin, Gravatar and more;
Easy migration from 3rd party extensions
JComments supports import of comments from third-party components: AkoComment, BeeHeard, CC Comment, Chrono Comments, Cobalt, DatsoGallery, EasyComment, Easy Blog, Ice Gallery, ImproveMyCity, JA Comment, JMovies, JMyLife, JomComment, JoomlaComment, JooComments, JoomGallery, J!Reactions, JVComment, JXtended Comments, K2, Komento, LinkDirectory, LyftenBloggie, Mosets Tree, MusicBox, Music Collection, mXcomment, RDBS Comment, Remository, RS Comments, MightyExtensions Resource, RSGallery2, SliComments, SOBI2, TPDugg, VirtueMart, UdjaComment, ZOO
The JComments replaces Joomla's "Readmore" link to show "Readmore" and "Comments" in one line. But you can change this in parameters of Content - JComments plugin. You can choose style for "Readmore" link - Joomla or JComments.
A great extension with superb support. Thanks SMART.
I would like to note that the perception of design is always very subjective. Most users are satisfied with the default JComments template (you can verify this by reading the reviews). In cases where the standard template does not fit - you can always make your own template to match the style website template. In addition, in the near future, we plan to release a set of additional templates for JComments. Stay tuned!
I got an excellent and quick technical support from the developer to solve one compatibility problem with catcha code, Chrome and AceSEF, that is already solved with an aditional extension you can download in their web site.
I have to note that JComments does not has any hidden links to developer's site - it has only one visible link and this link could be removed in the JComments' template. The JComments is released under GNU/GPL license and you can make modifications of the JComments' code and templates for your needs as you wish.
The link to the JComments site helps me to advertize the JComments and gives me additional motivation to improving the JComments. I have to remind that I am developing and support of the JComments since 2006 absolutely free.
I am very grateful to users who leaves the link, but if this link is unsuitable for your site - you could remove the link. In future version I am going to add an option to hide this link via JComments configuration.
If you have any extra questions regarding this link or if you want to make the donation to the JComments project you can contact me via email.
Thank you for your message and high rating! At this moment the JComments for Joomla 2.5 and Joomla 3.x is already in internal testing' stage. We have already installed this version on some production sites and it works fine. Also I have updated modules for Joomla 2.5 to work with Joomla 3.x. But some small changes have to be made - I am going to complete all works during a week. Stay tuned!
Thank you for your review and high rating! But seems you have some issues on your site which are not related with JComments. May be this is problems with server's configuration or with caching.
I know sites with JComments where about 500 000 comments. And I have copies of databases of some these sites for tests. Before releasing of new JComments version I make performance tests with these databases. Also I have two old users who uses (and tests all new versions) JComments since 2006. At this moment on the first website we have 35 000 comments (not too much for 7 years) and the second one has 85 000 comments. And they have not any problems with performance.
In my mind 10 000 comments is not such big number of comments to get performance problems. Besides the last JComments version has alot improvements and optimizations and it more lightweight and fast than previous versions.
So if you have got issues with performance - contact me via email (you can find it easily in JComments manifest or code) and I will try to help you.