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Class: WordPress Plugin Sentiment Analysis
Analyze author sentiments in WordPress posts
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?=== ZacWP Sentiment Analysis === Contributors: djunehor Donate link: https://djunehor.com/donate Tags: sentiment analysis, sentiment, positive, neutral, negative, comment, post Requires at least: 4.6 Tested up to: 5.2 Stable tag: 1.0 Requires PHP: 5.0 License: GPLv2 or later License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-2.0.html ZacWP Sentiment Analysis adds a sentiment analysis column to comments, pages and posts to allow you make better decision as regards posts on your websites. == Description == This plugin is great for blog admins that needs to moderate posts and comments. The sentiment anaylsis helps classify a post/comment as neutral, negative or positive. == NOTE == * No new table is created. * Will work with existing posts/pages/comments prior to installation of the plugin. * Will re-analyze when a post/comment is updated. == Installation == 1. Upload the entire `zacwp-sentiment-analysis folder to the `/wp-content/plugins/` directory 2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress 3. Click `PhpMyAdmin Manager` in the admin sidebar == Screenshots == 1. `Sentiment Analysis` column in comments 2. `Sentiment Analysis` column in pages 3. `Sentiment Analysis` column in pages == Frequently Asked Questions == = Can I customize this plugin = This plugin is open-source, as such, you can customise as you want as long as you know what you're doing. = I want some other features added to this plugin = You can request for custom features by sending a mail to corporate@djunehor.com == Changelog == = 1.0 = * Stable release == Upgrade Notice == == Acknowledgement == The sentiment analysis class used in this plugin was taken from James Hennessey's repo here https://github.com/JWHennessey/phpInsight