This module is no longer supported because the commenting service it integrated with is no longer available

Integrate the JS-Kit Echo service with your Drupal website. Comments can be displayed in the content area, in a separate block or both. With External Profile Binding authenticated Drupal users are automatically authenticated in JS-Kit Echo (if enabled in Drupal and if your Echo subscription supports it).

Configuration

The administration page (Administer > Site configuration > JS-Kit Echo) for this module allows you to specify for which node types you want to enable JS-Kit Echo. On this page you can also customize the JS-Kit Echo widget to your needs. Most common JS-Kit Echo customizations are supported. If you need more specific customizations you can provide these through Drupal's theme system.

Support

Because this module integrates the third-party Echo service into Drupal, there are two places to get support.

Use the JS-Kit Echo Drupal issue queue for support requests, feature requests and bug reports regarding the JS-Kit Echo Drupal module.

Use (page removed by Echo) for support requests, feature requests and bug reports regarding the Echo Widget.

Announcements

2011/02/14: Because Echo launched a complete new API with it's E2 service no further developments will be done for this module. Drupal 7 migration will be completed once the dependent modules are released
2011/01/17: All module features except EPB tested with Drupal 7.0, Views 7.x-3.0-alpha1 and CTools 7.x-1.0-alpha2. All the tested features work correctly.
2010/10/23: All module features except EPB tested with Drupal 7.0-beta2 and Views 7.x-3.x-dev (snapshot date 2010/10/19). All the tested features work correctly.
2010/07/18: All module features except EPB tested with Drupal 7.0-alpha6 and Views 7.x-3.x-dev. All the tested features work correctly.
2010/01/19: Port to Drupal 7 started in CVS head
2009/08/10: Renamed The module name to JS-Kit Echo (formerly known as JS-Kit Comments)

Contributions

  • The External Profile Binding feature was developed by elgreg

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