Ok, I need some help here now
Above the content of your post… we can see Posted on “Date” and “Author name” – “No. Of comments”
ok the thing is.. I want to link the Author’s name to their profile.. I am using theme my login and Wp Symposium for social networking. Ok so the thing is… Every user has his/her own id… and so i want to link their name to their profiles.
If you click on the Author’s name in
Posted on “Date” and “Author name” – “No. Of comments”
we should be directed to their profile page which may be
Hope to get my problem solved… I tried to look into the WordPress Codex but was unable to find the functions that returns the author id. And also i am not a really good programmer, so don’t really have much idea how to code it correctly.
Look in your template files. Where you want to change the author name to a link to what you have above, find where it says <?php the_author(); ?> and replace it with this…
<a href="/profile.php?uid=<?php the_author_meta('ID', $author); ?>"><?php the_author(); ?></a>
Thanks for the reply…
Sooo… I was able to write the code and link the author of the post to its profile, but i was unable to do so for the comment author… Any tips??
The commentlist in my theme is shown by
[code] <ol class=”commentlist”>
<?php wp_list_comments(‘avatar_size=60&type=comment’); ?>
I can edit the wp-comments.php but I was unable to do so….Can’t get the real coding behind it…
Thanks anyways…. I was able to do the second part myself… 🙂
I rock \m/ 😛
This worked perfectly for blog post authors and their links, but I’m stumped on comment authors. I’d like anybody who’s registered through symposium and my site, and who leaves a comment on any post, to have their name clickable to visit their profile in symposium (or wordpress profile as symposium should forward automatically). This should overwrite any html link they may already have attached to their author name.
Anybody know how I would go about doing this, in a similar method to the above code for post authors?
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