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Please note: This module is not officially maintained by Livefyre.

.....but you can always email Livefyre's community support team at support @ livefyre dot com as they are passionate about customer service and would love to serve any users experiencing issues with Livefyre.
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Designed for the social web, Livefyre replaces static comment sections with dynamic, real-time conversations that empower users and help build hyper-active communities.

Some Livefyre Features

  • Capture conversations from Facebook & Twitter
  • Tag friends from social networks
  • Post to social networks from comment box
  • Share any comment to social networks
  • Live listener count
  • In-line media embedding
  • Mobile-specific interface
  • Search Engine crawlable
  • Centralized dashboard
  • Real-time filtering & search
  • Ban & whitelist users
  • Real-time spam protection
  • Community flagging
  • Comment history & annotations
  • Multiple moderators & permission levels
  • User profile pages
  • Inline user information
  • Follow live conversations
  • Custom email notifications
  • User ratings & comment likes
  • Customizable profile picture
  • Gravatar support
  • LinkBack to latest posts


UPDATE: The newest releases (7.x-1.3 and 6.x-1.3) now support Livefyre's v3.0 comments as well as v1.0!

Drupal 7: Simple Installation
1. Download and install the Livefyre module into your modules directory (sites/all/modules).
2. Enable the module in admin/modules (*See note below)
3. Register your site at http://livefyre.com
4. Visit admin/config/livefyre and set your configuration options depending on what you registered with on livefyre.com.

Drupal 6: Simple Installation
1. Download and install the Livefyre module into your modules directory (sites/all/modules).
2. Enable the module in admin/build/modules (*See note below)
3. Register your site at http://livefyre.com
4. Visit admin/settings/livefyre and set your configuration options depending on what you registered with on livefyre.com.

This module inserts Livefyre comments into your site via javascript. Currently, this module allows 2 choices where you can place your Livefyre comments:

  1. in a node's 'Content Area'
  2. in a 'Block'

* PLEASE NOTE:
This module does not disable the default Drupal 'Comment Module'. To disable
the Drupal Comment module, simply visit http://YOUR-SITE-NAME.com/admin/modules (or admin/build/modules for Drupal 6 users)
and uncheck the checkbox for the Comment Module. Click 'Save configuration'
at the bottom of the page and you're done!

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