WordPress for Designers: Day 9

With the release of Wordpress 2.7 came some awesome new features to the comment section, including threaded comments. Today we will pick up where we left off in Day 8 of the series and continue tweaking our custom comments.php file to perfection. Not only will we cover threaded comments, but how to paginate comments as well! It’s a screencast full of comment enhancements and features, so get ready and let’s do this!

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Day 9: Tweaking the Comments

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  • Vinay Vidyasagar says:

    People having the issue with the comments submit going to the wrong page. I dono if this is solved yet. But tis is what I figured.

    The siteurl adds /wordpress/XXXX
    whereas the site_url doesnt add the /wordpress/

    so this is the right string.

    Please login to the motherjane blog to comment

    <form action=”/wp-comments-post.php” method=”post” id=”commentform”>

    and

    Logged in as <a href=”/wp-admin/profile.php”>

    remove the XX in front of opening php code . :)

  • Vinay Vidyasagar says:

    sorry i should wrap it in something

    People having the issue with the comments submit going to the wrong page. I dono if this is solved yet. But tis is what I figured.

    The siteurl adds /wordpress/XXXX
    whereas the site_url doesnt add the /wordpress/

    so this is the right string.


    pop if(get_option('comment_registration') && !$user_ID): ?>
    Please login to the motherjane blog to comment

    <form action="/wp-comments-post.php" method="post" id="commentform">

    and

    Logged in as <a href="/wp-admin/profile.php">

    remove the XX in front of opening php code . :)

  • Alex says:

    Thank you for all the tutorials, they are just great.

  • Sean Smyth says:

    This video is no longer available for me. The rest of the episodes work perfect though.

    Strange…

  • Ilene says:

    Wonderful series. Enjoying very much and learning tons. Just one request for the future: any way we can find out the length of each tutorial in advance, so we know how much time to allocate?

  • adam says:

    “crapton”

    hahahahah

  • Genry says:

    I like it! thanks!