Option Index
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 Allow comments
 Ban and delete
 Ban list file
 Bio to display
 Block comments with HTML links
 Blog roll file
 Close after X days
 Disable pingbacks
 Disable trackbacks
 Do not ban logged-in
 Heading when viewing page
 Include text CAPTCHA without JavaScript
 Markup format
 No event handlers
 Show description
 Show per-blog ban link
 Sidebar box title
 URL of your profile photo
Determine who is allowed to post comments.
When you check this, instead of just banning the IP, the ban link will also delete the reply.
This is the name of the file used to store the list of banned expressions.
The bio text that will be shown in the widget.
When enabled, this will cause the plugin to reject any comments that contian HTML link code.
This is the OPML-formatted file to use to create your blogroll.
This is the caption for the sidebar panel that will hold the blogroll.
Use this to disable comments on entries that are more than X days old.
Turn this on to completely disable pingbacks.
Turn this on to disallow trackbacks on all entries.
WHen this is enabled, users who have an account and are logged in will not be subject to having comments with banned content blocked.
This is the heading that is displayed at the top of the page when the blog roll is viewed as a full page, rather than just a sidebar panel.
When this is enabled, an automatic CAPTCHA as described above will be made accessible.
This is the format of the text that is used for the bio.
Enable this to suppress the event handlers used for output.
If enabled, the blog description will be displayed beneath the title.
Check this to show both the “global ban” and “per-blog ban” links to administrators.
The title for the sidebar panel that contains the widget.
This is the full URL of the profile picture you want to use.