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comment Comments Confusion
Cool, i'll be using this method from now on :)
Feb
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comment Comments Confusion
@EAMann♦ I chose the best solution (which would not only help in my situation but others aswell). but i liked both and at the moment can't vote up either up. due to me having not enough points, just need 2 more to do so. I'll come back later if remember to vote them up (if i can by then). thank you for your help too :)
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comment Comments Confusion
wow, gosh thanks :) and the second method is also nice. Didn't know i can do that with the wp_comment class func (still in learning stages). thanks :)
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comment Comments Confusion
I would surely vote it up, but i dont have enough points to do that. For the solution i'm not sure which to choose since they're both helpful to me so i called for mod to help decide.
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comment Comments Confusion
i did use the admin/author approch but earlier in my comments template i defined a span with class .poster-roles i removed that. and instead am using the default classes provided by wordpress to add the graphic to admin and authors. I was doing the same before but i added a extra span (as i said earlier) to show that graphic and css was inheriting that graphic for child comments too. The Solution you gave was to fetch the poster roles using php values, but wordpress auto generates classes. to see if poster is an admin/author or user (this is what i was doing from the start) but css had issues
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comment Comments Confusion
I'm not sure which post to mark as the solution :o @Rarst has helped me figure out my issue, while @kaiser provided a nice alternative solution for my problem.