Just add it to the sidebar as a widget, or in pages/posts using a special shortcode.
Unpack and upload it to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress.
Here are some key features of "Quick Chat":
· Can instantly translate messages from and to 37 different languages using Bing Translator API
· Allows admin users to instantly ban chat participant IP from chat using interface controls
· Has chat participants list for both sidebar and embedded chat
· Site registered users can have their login names reserved if site admin selects this behavior
· Site admins can reserve list of chat user names that are off limits for non admin chat users
· Supports incoming messages sound notification for HTML5 audio tag enabled browsers
· Supports unlimited number of separate chat rooms on same or separate pages or posts
· Has admin user interface for deleting messages
· Can be used as elegant sidebar widget for a web page or blog
· Can be embedded into a post or page using WordPress [quick-chat] shortcode
· Can filter bad words and has user interface for adding and removing bad words
· Is translation friendly
· Can detect is user logged in to use user login name for chat user name
· Usage can be restricted to the logged in users only
· Appearance is described by separate CSS file
· Comes with quality set of emoticons to spice up a chat experience
· Saves the website bandwidth by sending Ajax requests only when there are new messages
· Supports multiple private chat sessions between chat users
· Admin users can easily download chat room transcripts from chat interface
· Besides gravatar.com avatars, local avatar plugins are also supported
· Includes admin dashboard widget to chat with other admin users from the site's backend
· Has message input box character counter to limit message size for non admin users
· WordPress 3 or higher
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed bug where user list in 'top' position doesn't use comma to separate users.