Sorry, but there are better ways to do this now. This project has been deprecated and is no longer in development. This page will be kept online for archival purposes and in case anyone is still interested in the project despite being no longer maintained.

Recently Kaspars Dambis wrote a blog post explaining how to add the necessary code to your WordPress theme to allow your site visitors to post fragments of code in their comments (wrapped in <code>…</code>) which are automatically encoded instead of them having to convert them to HTML entities such as &gt; and &lt;. I have wrapped Kaspars (extremely handy) code into a WordPress plugin to use on my own site. You can download it below. To see a demonstration of the plugin in action, take a look at the comments section of this blog post.

Download PixoPoint Code Comments plugin »

To learn more about the code powering the plugin please visit Kaspars’ blog post.

A beta version is also available.