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  1. Dreddnor
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I was going to ask for support on the plugin's website, but the author stated he won't answer questions about the comments plugin. So, I was hoping to get some help here, because frankly, I don't understand the instructions he's put on the homepage.

    His instructions:
    # Find the three inputs for the author, email, and url information. They need to have those ID’s on the inputs (author, email, url). This is what the default theme and all standardized themes use, but some may be slightly different. You’ll have to alter them to have these ID’s in that case.
    # Just before the first input, add this code:
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    1 <div id="comment-user-details">
    2 <?php do_action('alt_comment_login'); ?>
    # Just below the last input (not the comment text area, just the name/email/url inputs), add this:
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    1 </div>

    My questions:

    Find the three inputs? I have no idea what this means. Yes, there is code with author, link, and email in it, but is that what you're talking about?

    They need to have those id's? I don't understand this at all.

    Before the first input? Before the first input of what? What line of code, what is the author trying to say here? Same with after the last?

    If anyone can help, I would very much appreciate it!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-facebook-connect/

  2. lala_valse
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Input is the HTML tag you are looking for.

    It looks like this:

    <input />

    In the basic templates, these input tags have IDs.

    <input id="author" />

    The three inputs for author, e-mail and url need to have id="author" , id="email" and id="url" respectively.

    You put the code he gives you in front of the first input and the last part after the last input.

    i.e.

    <div id="comment-user-details"><?php do_action('alt_comment_login'); ?>

    <input id="author" /> ...

    <input id="email" /> ...

    <input id="url" /> ...

    </div>

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