Different level of user interaction are possible. One of the things scripts currently can not do is reading scrambled text on images and entering the text into an input field. Coppermine can be used both as a monolithic gallery for just you as admin or as a community gallery. Is the community I cater for large enough that comments will actually make sense? On the "Review comments" page the admin can list all comments posted and sort them by different criteria. The above mentioned group settings are just a general switch that determines if a visitor can post comments at all. Please do not ask questions how to get an API key on the Coppermine support board:
The Coppermine dev team is not overly fond of comments at all; we understand that it is something that helps in community-building and is being requested by our users.
There are basically two types of spam messages: However, it's easier to fight the spam messages posted by bots: You can mark comments approved or unapproved, and you can also delete comments. However, we suggest that you ask yourself: In the past few years, comment spam has started to become a problem.