How to Allow Users to Edit their Comments in WordPress
A good article indeed. But in the sentence:
“There can also be some rare cases where a user may think about deleting their comment because what they wrote was is completely out of context”.
There are two mistakes.
A user should not be followed by their comments rather his or her comments.
Secondly “was” and “is” should not have been used together.
I’m wondering if the only way to allow editing is to set up the whole My Account and Dashboard stuff. Our site already has two different account/dashboard pages, and we don’t want a third.
How many times you have felt the need to edit a comment you just left on a site? Maybe you want to correct a spelling or grammar error, or maybe you just regret saying something silly. It happens to all of us. Except most sites do not allow users to edit their comments once it is published. If you run an active site with a lot of comments, then you may have considered allowing users to edit their own comments. In this article, we will show you how to allow users to edit their comments in WordPress for a short period of time.