The comment part of your blog is significant in many ways: 1) It helps to measure the authority of your blog, 2) Any valuable comments posted on your blog will serve as a keyword variation, which might get your blog rank for long tail keywords.
While the standard method for commenting includes writing content in a field, there are currently different types of commenting methods available that can be incorporated into the comments section. In this guide, we are going to teach you the simple way to allow image uploads in default WordPress comments.
How to Allow Image Uploads In Default WordPress Comments?
If you are looking for a way to permit your site or blog visitors to add pictures with their remarks in the comments section, you are in the right page.
You don’t need to clutter your site’s CSS to allow image uploads in WordPress comments. You can enable it by installing a specific plugin in your WordPress blog. In this article, I am going to explain about two plugins that will let you to allow image uploads in default WordPress comments.
Before implementing this process, you should know how to install plugins in WordPress.
Allow Image Uploads In Default WordPress Comments Using Comment Image Plugin
Comment Image plugin is a simple WordPress plugin. Installing this plugin, allow blog visitors to upload JPG, GIF, or PNG pictures in the comments.
Given below is the screenshot of the plugin’s settings page, which is located in Settings →Comment Image. You don’t need to change these settings as they are configured automatically as soon as you install the plugin.
After installing this plugin, your blog visitors can find the picture upload option in the comments section of all post or pages.
Comment Image plugin is extremely easy to set-up. Once you install this plugin, the Upload button will show up in the comments section (as shown in the screenshot above). By default, the button is present after the “Post comment” button.
Allow Image Uploads In Default WordPress Comments Using Comment Image Plugin Using Comment Attachments
Comment Attachments plugin allows your blog visitors to upload picture attachments as well as twelve other file formats including PDF, DOC, WAV, MP3 and even video documents.
After installing this plugin in your WordPress blog, go to Settings → Discussion → Comment Attachment. All the settings are configured automatically but if you would like to change a setting, you can do it here.
You can modify where the uploading work shows up, the content in the add-on button, file size constrain (in MB), etc. There is additionally a check box to incorporate cancellation of a picture when a comment is removed. What’s much more noteworthy in Comment Attachments plugin settings is the various other document types, you can your permit users to upload.
Once you install this plugin, you will see the “Upload Attachment” button at the top of the comment box (as shown in this screenshot below).
These are the two WordPress plugins using which you can allow image uploads in Default WordPress comments. If you encounter any issues while following this tutorial, do let me know via comments.