Support » Plugin: WP Ajaxify Comments » Great Plugin, just doesnt appear to work on the front page.

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  • marketraisen


    Looks like my problem is having multiple forms on one page, at least I know what to look for now.

    Plugin Author janjonas


    The plugin supports multiple comments per page. You need to set the setting “Post container selector” in the “Expert settings” section. Please send me a link to your WordPress site if you need further assistance.

    Hope this helps…

    It’s ok, I got there in the end.

    Thanks for looking in.

    Plugin Author janjonas


    Thanks for the feedback.

    Yeah, I didnt get it to work on my front page, just on single posts, so my solution was to not use the plugin at all (!).

    Would you mind taking a look at my site to see if I’m missing something obvious? I’ve activated the plugin and not touched any of the settings, youll see its working on single post pages but not on the front page, I don’t have a clue what to put into the fields on the settings page.

    I’ve tried div[id^=”article-“] and div[id^=”post”]

    Plugin Author janjonas


    Please try the following settings:

    Post container selector: div[id^=’post-‘]
    Comment pages URL regex: .*

    Hope this helps…

    Plugin Settings: WP-Ajaxify-Comments 0.24.1

    Settings not saved! Please correct the red marked input fields.


    Theres no combination of [space].* that the plugin will accept for the Comment pages URL regex, it doesnt want it.


    that works to an extent, its progress at least, after using it it still says ‘reloading page’ but I’ll try and go from there.

    Ok, so on the front page it says ‘reloading page’ but on a single post page it does a regular refresh. If I had to choose I’d rather have it working on the front page over a single page so I shall persevere.

    Would it help if I changed the automatic redirection after a comment is posted or shouldnt it matter?

    OK. Got it to work by adding just /.*/ to th comment url regex and leaving the post container selector empty.

    Thank you for the help and the awesome plugin!

    Sorry, no more spamming form me.

    I had to add a unique id to the comments form in comments php-

    <div id=”comments<?php the_ID(); ?>” class=”comments-area”>

    Under Comments container selector I had to put-


    Under comment pages URL regex-


    Now it works, awesome, thank you. That site is just a test site for me so you wont see it working, but it does.

    Thanks again.

    Plugin Author janjonas


    Glad to hear that you find a solution :).

    Please think about write a short review or make a small donation to support the plugin. Thanks in advance…

    Sent five bucks and left a 5 star review.

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