Reading and responding to comments can be one of the most rewarding aspects of blogging. Not only do they help you connect with your readers, they can also inspire later blog entries. The challenge, oftentimes, is following all the conversations around your content—on Facebook, for instance, as well as on your website. So CedFacebookComments is making things a lot simpler. Starting today, you can bring Facebook Comments to your Joomla! blog. Once you've enabled the feature through your Joomla administrator plugin etensions , you'll enjoy a number of important benefits:

View your blog and Facebook comments, all in one place

Now when you're browsing your blog's comment threads, you'll see activity from direct visitors, and from people talking about your content on Facebook. For example, if there's a public Joomla! discussion about one of your blog entries, those comments and replies will also appear on your Joomla! blog. This way you can engage with more of your readers, all in one place.

Help readers comment and connect with their friends

Your blog readers will now have the option to comment publicly, or privately on Facebook. And when they're browsing blog comments, they can view all of them, just the top ones, or only those from the people.

CedFacebookComments  plugin lets people comment on content on your site using their Facebook account. If people wish to they can share this activity to their friends and friends of friends in News Feed as well. It also contains built-in moderation tools and special social relevance ranking.

Comments Sorting

People may order comments by time or social ranking using the dropdown on the top right of the Comments plugin.


Comments are shown in the order or opposite in which they were posted, with the oldest comments at the top, and the newest at the bottom.

Comments Moderation

A part of the Comments plugin is a powerful moderation tool. This tool makes is easy and fast for your community management team to moderate multiple comments at once.

Comments Counter

CedFacebookComments  will emit the number of comments on any article.