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  • Plugin Author Christian Wach

    (@needle)

    The problem seems to be that every paragraph tag has a pre-existing class attribute such that it reads thus: <p class="p1">. CommentPress will not parse this markup properly – you will need to remove this attribute so that each opening tag is simply <p>. You’ll probably need to edit the content in the “Text” tab of the post editor or use a text-editing program to do a search-and-replace.

    Hmmm — I wonder if that was a consequence of migrating from a site using Digress.it, rather than CommentPress. Unfortunately, though making the switch was easy, it doesn’t seem to have had any effect. Just for good measure, I updated the <i> and <b> to and as well, but no difference there, either. The comments are still invisible.

    I wondered whether the <p class=”p1″> might be lurking in the comments as well, so I checked, but they all seem to be standard <p> tags.

    Plugin Author Christian Wach

    (@needle)

    Without seeing the raw data, it’s impossible to say why the comments aren’t being retrieved from the database. If you’d like me to take a look, please email me at cpdev@futureofthebook.org.

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