[wp-hackers] 1.5.2 or on to 1.6?

Denis de Bernardy denis at semiologic.com
Tue May 24 13:11:57 GMT 2005

Well, personally, I tend to edit pages far more often than anything, but
then I'm not a good example as I'm using WP as a CMS rather than as a

Regarding the comments, I use my fuzzy recent comments plugin to access them
from the sidebar. That way, I get a 1-click access to all comments, grouped
by post. I'm in the process of making the v3, which will list -- and
emphasize -- comments in need of moderation to admin users, grouped by post
for easy access. It makes more sense imho than a quick link to the list in
the admin menu, which I only find useful for mass moderation (e.g. getting
rid of an IP). I'm also considering to insert a 'delete' link next to the
'edit' link for comments in my menu template, so as to get redirected to the
originating post rather than to the admin menu when I delete a comment.


> Scott Merrill wrote:
> > I don't know about you, but I approve moderated comments far more 
> > often than I post new items.  So a quick link to my 
> moderation queue 
> > would be more useful for me, shaving three clicks:
> > * click my wp-admin bookmark
> > * click Manage
> > * Click Moderation
> > 
> > Admittedly, I could bookmark my moderation queue and click 
> right in; 
> > but that's not my preferred solution.
> I also approve moderated comments more than posting new 
> items.  (And it 
> bugs the crap out of me that when I approve from email it 
> doesn't show 
> the comment I approved in the list any more, so I have to 
> re-locate the 
> email, copy the URL, and pste it into the address box to 
> leave a reply.)
> A dynamic CSS/javascript menu instead of the static one that's there 
> would save me a ton of clicking, and would make all parts of 
> the admin 
> interface equally accessible.
> Owen
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