A Comments module allows you to collect comments from your visitors.
To add a Comments module, go to the left side of the Editor, in the “Social” section; then drag and drop the Comments icon to the desired location.
In the Fields tab, here are your options:
- Your name, will allow the visitor to leave a nickname, a nickname or a name.
- Your email address will allow the visitor to enter their email address.
- This will not be displayed on your site, but will be available in the Comments tab of your module (in the event that you have to contact the visitor, you will be able to find the contact address in edit mode). This field is required by default, click on the asterisk in red to make this field optional.
- Comment, will allow the visitor to leave a comment. Title of the editorial section, the title “Add a comment” is displayed by default; however, here you can customize it.
- Title of the published comments section, the title “Comment” is displayed by default; however, you can customize it.
- answer section title, the title “Response” is displayed by default; however, you can customize it.
- To save the configuration, click Save.
In the Settings tab, here are your options:
In the NAME sub-tab, these are your options:
Name of your module Comments
In the OPTIONS sub-tab, these are your options:
Note: This feature is only offered on a Premium plan). Enable captcha (enabled by default) Order of comments - Newest first - Oldest first
In the PARAMETERS sub-tab, these are your options:
Receive an email notification when a new comment is posted, check this option to enable this option and enter the email address to which you want to receive notifications.
Approve comments before posting (enabled by default).
- Leave this option checked if you want to display the comments after validation, you must authorize the posting of a comment from the My data section of your individual Dashboard, before it is added to your Comments module.
- Uncheck this option, to accept to display comments immediately, they will be added as soon as a visitor types it on your site.
Allow replies, check this option if you want your visitors to be able to reply to a comment directly on the Comments module of your site.
Number of comments displayed, slide the bar to choose the number of comments that will be displayed with a pagination in your module.
In the TITLE STYLE sub-tab, these are your options:
Font, from the drop-down window, choose the font you want.
Font size, slide the bar to choose the font size you like. Font color, click on the square indicated by the color to choose the color that suits you.
In the BUTTON STYLE sub-tab, these are your options:
Title of the button, the title “Publish” is displayed by default; however, here you can customize it.
Button color, click on the square indicated by the color to choose the color that suits you.
Button text color, click on the square indicated by the color to choose the button text color that suits you. To save the configuration, click Save.
Your module does not contain any comments for the moment.
Later, you will see your visitors' comments in the visual tab.
Once comments have been added to your module, it will look like this:
If you have chosen to Allow replies, the caption “Reply” will appear at the bottom of each comment.
If you have chosen to Display comments after validation, the message at the bottom will be displayed to the visitor who left you a comment.
Managing your comments
To manage your comments, go to the "My data" section of your individual dashboard, then click on Comments:
If you have chosen to approve comments before posting, you will need to do so via the “Awaiting Approval” tab.
- To approve, check the box that appears to the left of each comment, then the PUBLISH button that appears to the right at the top.
- To delete the comment, click on the DELETE button displayed on the top right.
In the “Approved” tab, you will find the comments published automatically.