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comment jQuery / jQuery-UI Tabs Will Not Show New Content
Umm... so it did. Thank you, Wyck. It's working now! Add as a solution and I'd be happy to mark it!
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revised jQuery / jQuery-UI Tabs Will Not Show New Content
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comment jQuery / jQuery-UI Tabs Will Not Show New Content
Understood! I have posted the code. Thanks for any help you can offer! @Wyck, I appreciate the suggestion, but unfortunately was not able to resolve the problem with that information.
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revised jQuery / jQuery-UI Tabs Will Not Show New Content
I have changed the post to show my code instead of linking to the sample code.
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comment How can I edit the Twenty Ten Theme to remove the comments box when a page uses a specific template?
Drake, sorry this is so late in coming, but I'm unable to vote up because of my "reputation" (I've got less than 15.) Thanks again for your help, though!
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comment How can I edit the Twenty Ten Theme to remove the comments box when a page uses a specific template?
Great! I think that does the trick. Thanks, Drake.
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comment How can I edit the Twenty Ten Theme to remove the comments box when a page uses a specific template?
@Michael, again, thanks for the note. I did change them to single quotes, but I still have the same problem. When I just have this part of the code, comments disappear, which is what I want: <?php wp_reset_query(); if ( is_page_template(‘basic-template.php’) ) { comments_template(); } ?> However, when I put in the "Else" statement, comments appear again, even though I'm using the basic-template.php. I think there's something wrong with my "Else" statement. Any thoughts?
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comment How can I edit the Twenty Ten Theme to remove the comments box when a page uses a specific template?
I appreciate your response, but I am looking for a solution that removes the comment box as well as the "Comments Closed" message from a specific page template every time. PHP is the only way I can see to do this. If you've got a fix for that, please do let me know. Thanks!
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comment How can I edit the Twenty Ten Theme to remove the comments box when a page uses a specific template?
@Michael, thanks for your post. Unfortunately, that didn't do the trick. I have used the code above in place of <?php comments_template( '', true ); ?> for these TwentyTen files: loop.php, loop-page.php, loop-single.php. It has no effect. My basic template references get_template_part( 'loop', 'index' ); Is my replacement code right?
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