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arbatax Jun 29, 2009 06:48 AM

Show actual comments in multi-post pages
 
Hi,

I have searched through the forum and tried several options, but I was unable to have comments (NOT the comment links) displayed on a multi-post page. Using Atahualpa 3.3.2 with WordPress 2.8. Thanks in advance or any help.

fromtheranks Jun 29, 2009 06:17 PM

Arbatax,

If you're referring to a multi-page post (i.e. split post), comments work fine on 3.3.3., they follow each page.

Although you can enable comments on a specific page (such as About and so on), if you're referring to multiple posts being displayed on a page (such as on the Home or Category Page) and having comments follow each post ... I could be wrong but I don't think they're supposed to be there; those comments are attached to a post not a page.

Hope this helps.

ngb222 Jul 10, 2009 08:54 AM

I am wondering if I can get the home page to at least show just the comment box under the posts.
It seems like I should be able to do that?

Flynn Jul 13, 2009 09:41 PM

See http://forum.bytesforall.com/showthread.php?t=2423

tglass118 May 4, 2013 09:37 AM

I'd like to display comments on multi-post page. But I don't see how Flynn's solution works in 3.7, now that there's no 'Content ABOVE Loop', 'The LOOP' etc. options any longer. I also can't find where to insert $withcomments = 1; in index.php file. bfa_center_content($bfa_ata['content_inside_loop']); ?> doesn't exist in the file.

You mention this may be a feature in later versions. Am I missing something really obvious?

juggledad May 4, 2013 09:54 AM

edit index.php and change line 39 (version 3.7.12) from
HTML Code:

                </div><!-- / Post -->       
to
HTML Code:

                <?php $withcomments = 1; comments_template(); ?>
                </div><!-- / Post -->       



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