Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2022-08-30
Posted on: 2022-08-30
Package: WordPress Plugin Sentiment Analysis
Knowing the kind of sentiment that an author of an article is expressing can be helpful for site users to decide if they would like to read the article or not, depending on the current mood.
It may also be helpful for site moderators to decide if they should approve an article or not, depending on whether the sentiment expressed by the article author is positive or negative.
This package implements a WordPress plugin that can analyze the sentiments expressed by authors of posts, pages, and comments. This way, users and moderators may understand the author's feelings.
About the WordPress Plugin Sentiment Analysis Package
The package WordPress Plugin Sentiment Analysis is one of the few PHP packages that was considered notable recently because it does something that is worth paying attention.
The basic purpose is: Analyze author sentiments in WordPress posts
Here follows in more detail what it does:
This package can analyze author sentiments in WordPress posts.
It provides a WordPress plugin that registers actions and filters to process the text entered by users that submit posts, pages and comments.
The plugin can show if the poster's sentiment is positive, negative or neutral.
The WordPress Plugin Sentiment Analysis can be downloaded from download page or be installed using the PHP Composer tool following instructions in the Composer install instructions page.
This package was considered notable for implementing its benefits in a way that is worth noticing.
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