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My comment replies not showing on post page (6 posts)

  1. stephhwilliams
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    When someone posts a comment on my blog and I click reply, my reply shows up on my dashboard AND on the top of the post in the comment count but does NOT show up in the comments section. So for instance a post may show 3 comments but when you go to the post page it only shows 2. I don't know what the problem is. I'm using the PersonalPress Theme and have DISQUS comment plugin installed (and updated). My site is http://stephhwilliams.com

  2. patv
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Do your comments need to be approved by moderators before they are displayed on your website?

    Also (and if someone could confirm this for me, i've rarely used comments myself), I believe that admin comments do not count towards the count you mentionned.

  3. stephhwilliams
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Patv, all my comments show as approved automatically (the link underneath is already switched to "Unapprove"). Also, it's clearly counting my replied in the comment count, because the top of the post will show 3 comments but the post page only shows 2 from other users (the 3rd is my reply which I see in my dashboard). Example: http://stephhwilliams.com/2012/07/15-habits-of-great-writers-day-9-connect/#comments

  4. patv
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Again, I've rarely used comments, but I believe that replies are displayed as a 2nd level comment, so this might be the source of your problem; check in your comments.php file to make sure all is there.

    I'd also revert to the default 2010 or 2011 default theme to see if it breaks there too. If it doesn't then you know it's somewhere in your teamplte files.

  5. stephhwilliams
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    What am I checking for in the comments.php file? I'm not sure I understand.

  6. patv
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Perhaps you've broken something in your comments.php file. By temporarily reverting to the default theme (using the default comments.php file), you should be able to confirm if it's the tempalte file that's causing this problem or not.

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