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  • Resolved jpvanmuijen

    (@jpvanmuijen)


    Hi,

    I found a lot of topics around disabling comments on events, but I actually want to switch them on for a specific one.

    So far I’ve tried:
    – Enable comments via WordPress Settings (works fine for regular posts)
    – Enable comments via Events > Settings > Pages > Events
    – Enable comments on the specific event
    – Switch page template
    – Disable all of the above and enable again
    – Create a new event

    So I’m pretty much running out of options.
    Any ideas?

    Thanks

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/events-manager/

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  • angelo_nwl

    (@angelo_nwl)

    sorry for the confusion but you’ve wanted to do is to disable comments BUT enable it to a specific events? is this correct?

    jpvanmuijen

    (@jpvanmuijen)

    Exactly, thanks for your reply.
    Enabled by default and switching them of individually would be fine as well.

    Philip John

    (@philipjohn)

    Okay, so can you get to the point where comments are enabled for all events?

    And from there, can you uncheck the comments enabled option on the event editor page?

    Thanks

    jpvanmuijen

    (@jpvanmuijen)

    jpvanmuijen

    (@jpvanmuijen)

    As it turns out, this seems to be a theme issue.
    I just switched to the 2014 theme which did show the comment area. Weird thing is, when I use a page template for the event page -which does show comments in other places- it still won’t work.
    Anyway, I’ll dig around some more in that area.
    Sorry to have bothered you.

    jpvanmuijen

    (@jpvanmuijen)

    To clarify a bit more: I used a full width page template, which contained a bit of script which determined to either show or hide comments based on a theme setting per page.
    This setting is missing from the event post type, so it just left it out apparently.
    Bit of a weird lost-in-between situation I guess.

    My solution is to copy this page template and make it show the comment area by default.

    In case anyone is wondering.

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