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To enable notifications for your account, follow the steps below:   1) Log in to your account on my.solidopinion.com   2) Go to the “Your Profile” tab on the top panel of the website:       3) Click the “Edit” button under your personal information description:       4) Go to the “Email notifications” option and enable notifications by putting a tick in the check boxes:   5) Make sure to click the “Save” button to confirm...

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To change your password follow the steps below:      1) Go to my.solidopinion.com 2) Type in your email address and password to log in to your account: 3) Go to the “Your Profile” tab, opening the page with your personal information and click on the “Edit” button: 4) Click on the “Change” link under your email address: 5) After that the “New Password” and ”Confirm Password” text boxes will appear. ...

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Each of us can forget his account password. In this case we have a password recovery option. If you forget your password, don’t be afraid. Your password can be restored. To recover your password you must perform the following steps: 1. Open my.solidopinion.com 2. Click on the "Forgot your password?" link. 3.  Enter your email address into the “Your email” field. 4.  Type a captcha into the “Code” field. 5. After typing your email and...

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To set up rank system for commenters, enter your SolidOpinion admin panel and go to "Rank" tab of your site settings. You may set up your ranks as Absolute and Relative. Absolute ranks depend on the number of points that the user has. Once the user is over the required points number the rank is attained. Use absolute ranks if you are not worried about rank inflation, over time...

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The “Pay to open” effect enables a user to hide a certain part of the comment. The other users will have to spend a certain amount of their points to see the full text of the comment. This effect is available only if the “Regular Comments” option is selected as the main widget type in the “Style” tab on the admin panel: To make this effect...

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Site administrators have an opportunity to turn on the post-moderation option on the website, which means that all comments will be open for moderation even after they have been already posted and displayed to all users. To turn on the post-moderation option go to the “Your Sites” tab, then find the website you want to activate this option on and click the “Settings” button: After that go...

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Article "Moderation settings" Moderation on widget Moderation in control panel Moderation through email notifications Who can moderate on SolidOpinion?   The site owner, site administrators and anyone designated as a moderator.   Moderation through  the widget   When moderation is turned on, the words ”moderation pending” will appear below any posted comment. This means that a comment is awaiting approval by a moderator and, after approval, will become visible to other commenters. The moderator, on the...

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Use this option only if you want to install the SolidOpinion widget on multiple domains. It will show the same thread of comments on all indicated domains.   You can use the same widget embed-code on multiple domains. To install the widget on multiple domains, you need to go to the “Filters” tab and in the text field under the "Allowed domains"  heading enter all the domain...

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This article is intended to help developers better understand requirements & structure of the XML document needed to import comments from any in-built or third-party commenting system into SolidDiscussion. Currently supported sources are:   -  Disqus -  Wordpress Native Comments -  Any XML file formatted according to the requirements described below.   First, your XML file should start with a prologue that opens the document itself & declares the UTF-8 encoding...

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To make search engines index your comments, you need to add the line below to the comment widget HTML code: http://api.solidopinion.com/seo/<shortname><thread_url>seo.html   SHORT NAME - is your site’s “Short Name” on SolidOpinion (see the “General” tab of your site settings on SolidOpinion) THREAD_URL - is your page URL without a domain Note: If you use the SolidOpinion plugin for your site, it will put the link on all pages...

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