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15 Replies to “WordPress Chat Plugin – Free Chat Room With Group Chat – How To Add Live Chat In WordPress”

    1. Thanks for noticing. A routine that involves our 3 young kids going to school for a couple hours a day helps a lot 🙂

  1. Hi bjorn, 🖐️after a long time I am commenting on your video, I hope you are alright. Recently I have launched a new WordPress E-commerce website and I have faced a problem with product specifications. Specifications are same for all products because I have written a small message on every product but the problem is that I have to copy and paste the same text manually in all products. I want to know if there is any solution to my this problem? That I have to change or write anything at first time and that message will dynamically apply to all of the products automatically. Thanks… Have a good day 👍❤️

  2. Require log in
    Display Mode
    Logged-in username
    Linked username
    Large input field
    Sound alerts
    Chat order
    Disable IP Collection

    All of these features are greyed out..
    So I can’t require login, Nor remove URLs… which would cut down on spam bots..

    Is there a reason these feature are no longer available?

  3. Great tutorial buddy. However I am getting the message “ WP SAC: name and comment required” when using on my desk top. And on my mobile I get the message “you must be a registered user to participate in this chat”
    Any help with this would be greatly appreciated 👌🏻

  4. does anyone know an global chat plugin? like you can place an chatbox on the side of the website (not bottom) and let users talk to etchother. its not for support. i can’t seem to find any. there are a lot of live chat for support but thats not what i want

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