I’m having a bit of a problem. Since I wanted to customize comments more than standard CSS allows, I had to use the functions.php to call for differently set up comments. I required the comment text to be first, contained in a speech bubble, with the author name and date underneath the bubble. This required the comment-text php calls to be in a separate div from the comment author and date calls.
See: comments image (I added div markers etc)
However, I ran into a problem, I actually want to style the speech boxes differently if they’re made by an admin. Normally, you would do this using the “li.comment-author-admin” styling, however, this’ll apply to the whole comment “box”, so to speak, and not just the div containing the speech text which is styled a speech bubble. As a result, the speech bubble isn’t styled differently, but the space around it is.
I was wondering how can I add a “li.comment-author-admin” command to my custom div that I use to create my speech bubble?
You can take a look at the actual code here, if it helps:
Nobody? I just can’t get it to work and it’s driving me nuts!
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formatting issues can best be discussed seeing the problem live.
Sadly I can’t link to my website, cause it’s currently running on localhost and I haven’t set up an actual web host yet. The image shows how it renders, though. Sorry for the inconvenience.
As for the code, I messed up something in the code as well that breaks parts of WordPress, some pages don’t open anymore. However, I figured I’d fix that later, after I figure out how to fix my styling.
If you look in the functions.php, what I would like to do is give the divs
An ID like “ol.commentlist li.comment-author-admin” that WordPress gives to comments by default. I basically sliced my comment up into separate divs, instead of one big comment, but I would like fine control over those separate divs using the functions like “ol.commentlist li.comment-author-admin”.
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