unavoidable that i’ll have to learn php.. until i have that figured out though, i’d really appreciate it if someone who does know php could tell me/advise me what to write such that the “…
include(ABSPATH . 'wp-comments.php');” bit would activate/be returned/printed (whatever the proper language is) only if the url that the page came from/the url currently sitting in the address bar has “#comments” at the end of it.
did that make any sense at all?
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