Support » Plugin: WP Ajaxify Comments » Multiple Comment Forms on a single page

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  • Plugin Author janjonas

    (@janjonas)

    Thanks for your comment.

    Could you please send me a link to page that contains multiple comment forms?

    Best regards,
    Jan

    Sorry for late replay

    This is an URL of page http://testwritersapp.com/writers/author/mbabar/

    kindly send me your email address so I send you that page login credentials.

    Plugin Author janjonas

    (@janjonas)

    Please send me the login credentials here http://blog.janjonas.net/contact.

    Thanks
    Jan

    Hi

    Did you receive login credentials?

    Plugin Author janjonas

    (@janjonas)

    Yes, thanks for your message.

    Unfortunately, I do not understand the problem. On the page http://testwritersapp.com/writers/author/mbabar, I see only one comment form (on the very end of the page). Could you please try to explain in more detail what you would like to to. Maybe you could send me a step by step introduction with the expected and the actual result.

    Thanks
    Jan

    Thank Jan for your precious time.

    Kindly review the screen cast URL http://screencast.com/t/0u3hLUHWwv In which I have show what the exactly problem is. In screen cast you will see their are more then one comment forms. If their is no comment eg: QID#45820 previously it’s works fine but If their are already comment on particular eg: QID#43285 it is not working and even it’s show success meessage but comments does not appear after comments or some time comment appear in all QID instead of that

    one more problem that I am facing that plugin is not working at firefox

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author janjonas

    (@janjonas)

    You need to change the HTML structure of the page that contains multiple comment forms in a way that there is one element that wraps each post and that element needs to have a unique ID.

    On your page these containers look like this (the ID unique attribute is missing):

    <div class="post-45817 sat_reading_sec type-sat_reading_sec status-publish format-standard hentry">
      [...]
    </div>

    Next, you need to configure the “Post container selector” options to match all these containers; one option could be:
    $("div[class^='post-']")

    Hope this helps,
    Jan

    hey janjonas..

    Great plugin with multiple configuration options.
    I was using it with multiple posts and comments in a page and this worked for me

    Configure the “Post container selector” options like this:
    div[id^='post-']
    Just wanted to share.

    Thanks

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