💬 Using Facepiles in Comments for WordPress with Webmentions and Semantic Linkbacks

Replied to Using Facepiles in Comments for WordPress with Webmentions and Semantic Linkbacks by Chris AldrichChris Aldrich (Chris Aldrich | BoffoSocko)
An update to an IndieWeb WordPress plugin now facilitates more streamlined conversations and interactions online
I feel that I have done something wrong, but my facepiles have been turned into names.

I thought this was somehow related to GDPR and have finally gotten to lifting the hood, but there is nothing there? Have I missed something? Is it being broken by something else? I have ticked the various types in Settings>Discussion. Disabled Jetpacked based comments.

I am wondering if something occured by moving webmentions out of Discussion

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And into IndieWeb plugin settings?

I am sure that it is just me.

3 responses on “💬 Using Facepiles in Comments for WordPress with Webmentions and Semantic Linkbacks”

  1. Aaron, I’m guessing you got it fixed already, but for the tape, this does seem to be a default settings issue which has been fixed in a PR which hasn’t yet pushed. To fix things temporarily until it updates, one could go to the Webmention settings page and simply save it so that the Webmentions plugin will save the default settings to show the avatars.

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